On her blog, Anita Lillie (master's candidate at MIT's media lab)  has asked for help finding projects and papers about spatially-based organization of digital music collections. I've posted a few comments pointing to ones that I know about - but I'm sure there are more.  If you know of other interesting spatial interfaces to music add a comment here or over at Anita's research blog.  And as an extra credit assignment, use the Apple SDK to port some of these to the iPhone.

 Here are some of my favorites:

 Hannes Jentche's inteface:


Justin Donaldson's visualization of MyStrands Data

 Fidg't': Visualizer:







 Music Rainbow:

Electronic Boom





Search Inside the Music



You may also find this one interesting (actually, it includes some of same the visualizations above):




Posted by Luis Gustavo Martins on March 17, 2008 at 07:52 AM EDT #

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