Welcome to the website of the IXMI project !

The increasing diversity and complexity of Digital Musical Instruments opens new opportunities for electronic musicians. However, it also makes electronic performances less and less accessible to the audience. They can't rely on physical properties of the instruments, and musicians' impact on the sound is almost impossible to perceive.

The goal of the IXMI project is to use mixed-reality displays and 3D interfaces to augment Digital Musical Instruments in order to reveal their inner mechanisms and the engagement of musicians during performances.

It is composed of :

This project was originally conducted at the University of Bristol by Dr. Florent Berthaut in the Bristol Interaction and Graphics team.

It has been funded under the Marie Curie FP7 framework / Grant Agreement PIEF-GA-2012-330770.

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