The vision behind RITMO is to reveal the basic cognitive mechanism(s) underlying human rhythm, using music, motion and audiovisual media as empirical points of departure.
The research will be highly interdisciplinary, combining methods from musicology, psychology and informatics to study rhythm as a fundamental property that shapes and underpins human cognition, behaviour and culture.
Anne Danielsen and Alexander Jensenius awarded the UiO Innovation Prize
Among several strong applications, the prize committee describes the nomination of Danielsen and Jensenius as being in a class of its own in terms of creativity, scientific strength and interdisciplinarity.
Join us for an informal evening of hacking on data recorded during MusicLab vol 1 and 2: sound, video, muscle sensors (EMG) and breathing.
Exploring advanced methods for capturing and analysing human music-related motion.
The opening conference of RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion. Lectures, panels, music and party.