EAVI EMG board
2020-05-26T14:07:05Z (GMT) by
[First paragraph] Electromyography (EMG) has been widely adopted to build new interfaces for musical expression by the community [10,4]. Muscular activity is inherently noisy, making EMG signals potentially difficult to map to audio parameters, and work with when designing interactions with audiovisual systems. For decades, musicians and technologists have explored different solutions – from costly medical devices to do-it-yourself (DIY)packages – to find reliable hardware for capturing the best EMG signal in order to facilitate the music and instrument making process.