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README.md

Notes on Perspective

An application that visually reconstructs the thoughts and feelings which occurred during a musical performance

Single page application

3milychu.github.io/notesonperspective

Written Thesis

https://github.com/3milychu/thesis/blob/master/thesis.pdf

Project Abstract

Notes on Perspective experiments with making visually tangible and beautiful the thoughts and feelings that occured during a musical performance. It is a single page application (SPA) with three states. Each state visually experiments with binding data to an abstraction of embodied experience: 1) situatedness, 2) activity and 3) perception.

Credits

Design, Engineering and Data Visualization Emily Chu
Thesis Instructor Daniel Sauter, Associate Professor of Data Visualization, Parsons School of Design
Mentor Aaron Hill, MS Data Visualization Program Director, Parsons School of Design

Data sources graciously provided from proprietary research conducted by:
Michael Schober, Professor of Psychology at the New School for Social Research and Associate Provost for Research Neta Spiro, Research Fellow in Performance Science at the Royal College of Music and an honorary Research Fellow at Imperial College London.

Music
Fantasiestücke, Op.73 (Schumann, Robert)
Three Fantasy Pieces (Drei Fantasiestücke) for clarinet and piano, Op. 73, were written in 1849 by Robert Schumann. Though they were originally intended for clarinet and piano, Schumann indicated that the clarinet part could be also performed on viola or cello.

Data collection
Data collected from the ensemble class at Mannes School of Music in New York, NY.

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