Alexander Refsum Jensenius
Alexander Refsum Jensenius
Professor of Music Technology, University of Oslo
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Musical gestures: Concepts and methods in research
AR Jensenius, MM Wanderley
Musical gestures, 24-47, 2010
Action-sound: Developing methods and tools to study music-related body movement
AR Jensenius
Faculty of Humanities, University of Oslo, 2008
Playing “air instruments”: mimicry of sound-producing gestures by novices and experts
RI Godøy, E Haga, AR Jensenius
International Gesture Workshop, 256-267, 2005
Early prediction of cerebral palsy by computer‐based video analysis of general movements: a feasibility study
L Adde, JL Helbostad, AR Jensenius, G Taraldsen, KH Grunewaldt, ...
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 52 (8), 773-778, 2010
Mumyo–evaluating and exploring the myo armband for musical interaction
K Nymoen, MR Haugen, AR Jensenius
Louisiana State University, 2015
Using computer-based video analysis in the study of fidgety movements
L Adde, JL Helbostad, AR Jensenius, G Taraldsen, R Støen
Early human development 85 (9), 541-547, 2009
Chunking in music by coarticulation
RI Godøy, AR Jensenius, K Nymoen
Acta Acustica united with Acustica 96 (4), 690-700, 2010
Exploring music-related gestures by sound-tracing: A preliminary study
RI Godøy, E Haga, AR Jensenius
A nime reader: Fifteen years of new interfaces for musical expression
AR Jensenius, MJ Lyons
Springer, 2017
Analyzing correspondence between sound objects and body motion
K Nymoen, RI Godøy, AR Jensenius, J Torresen
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) 10 (2), 1-22, 2013
Towards a coherent terminology and model of instrument description and design
T Kvifte, AR Jensenius
Towards a gesture description interchange format
AR Jensenius, RI Godøy, T Kvifte
EPiCS: Engineering proprioception in computing systems
T Becker, A Agne, PR Lewis, R Bahsoon, F Faniyi, L Esterle, A Keller, ...
2012 IEEE 15th International Conference on Computational Science and …, 2012
Developing tools for studying musical gestures within the Max/MSP/Jitter environment
AR Jensenius, RI Godøy, MM Wanderley
Exploring sound-motion similarity in musical experience
RI Godøy, M Song, K Nymoen, MR Haugen, AR Jensenius
Journal of New Music Research 45 (3), 210-222, 2016
Analyzing free-hand sound-tracings of melodic phrases
T Kelkar, AR Jensenius
Applied Sciences 8 (1), 135, 2018
Pleasurable and intersubjectively embodied experiences of electronic dance music
RT Solberg, AR Jensenius
Empirical Musicology Review 11 (3-4), 301-318, 2017
Identification of fidgety movements and prediction of CP by the use of computer-based video analysis is more accurate when based on two video recordings
L Adde, J Helbostad, AR Jensenius, M Langaas, R Støen
Physiotherapy theory and practice 29 (6), 469-475, 2013
Computer-based video analysis identifies infants with absence of fidgety movements
R Støen, NT Songstad, IE Silberg, T Fjørtoft, AR Jensenius, L Adde
Pediatric Research 82 (4), 665-670, 2017
To gesture or not? An analysis of terminology in NIME proceedings 2001-2013
AR Jensenius
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