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  • BitBox! 

    McAlpine, Kenneth B. (2014-08)
    BitBox! is an installation that takes game music from the screen and brings it into the room. Using ultrasonic sensors, the system tracks your position in 3D space and uses your location in real time to create evolving ...
  • The Gaists o Windyghoul 

    McIntosh, Mary; Natanson, Jan; Robb, Lydia; Watt, Frances; McAlpine, Kenneth B. (Kirriemuir KIST Group, 2010-06)
    Kirriemuir is an area rich with scenery, history, and myth and legend. This play brings together those elements to bring to life local folklore and music set against the naturally-dramatic backdrop of Caddam Woods. Original ...
  • The practical implication of comparing how adults with and without intellectual disability respond to music 

    Hooper, Jeff; Wigram, Tony; Carson, Derek; Lindsay, William R. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011-03)
    Accessible summary • I found out how people with an intellectual disability and people without an intellectual disability reacted to different pieces of music.• People with an intellectual disability reacted in the same ...
  • “Some like it hot”: spectators who score high on the personality trait openness enjoy the excitement of hearing dancers breathing without music 

    Jola, Corinne; Pollick, Frank E.; Calvo-Merino, Beatriz (Frontiers, 2014-09-11)
    Music is an integral part of dance. Over the last 10 years, however, dance stimuli (without music) have been repeatedly used to study action observation processes, increasing our understanding of the influence of observer’s ...