I'll add some nice project details here very soon.
Soon I'll add details of my collaborators. Something about:
Hi, I'm Tom and I'm into computers, music and art. I like to connect these interests in all kinds of ways; sometimes I call myself a computer scientist and other times, a digital artist. I am currently appointed as an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Creative Technologies at UWE, Bristol, where I lead the newly-formed Creative Technologies Laboratory. I am a member of the Computer Science Research Centre and Bristol Robotics Laboratory, visiting scholar at the University of Bristol and resident at the Watershed's amazing Pervasive Media Studio.
I am a co-founder of mi.mu gloves, a technology startup who enable musicians to compose and perform through movement and gesture, a project that began as a research collaboration between the inimitable Imogen Heap and myself back in 2011. I am also involved with Bristol-based technology company x-io Technologies on a whole range of projects including the x-OSC: a wireless interface device that I use extensively in my teaching.
I am also an experienced software developer, C++ programmer and I am very familiar with the Juce library. Over the years I have contributed to a range of interactive media and audio projects for Tracktion, Spitfire Audio, Interactive Scientific, x-io Technologies, mi.mu gloves, Phona and The Beardytron, to name a few.