International Conference on
New Interfaces for Musical Expression
June 3-5, 2004
Shizuoka University of Art and Culture
(This page was fixed on 2004.06.20)
- AboutThe 2004 International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME04) was the 4th conference on new musical interface design and follows the initial NIME workshop at CHI 2001, held at Seattle, WA, the 2nd NIME02 International Conference, held at the MediaLab Europe, in Dublin, Ireland, and the 3rd NIME03 International Conference, held at the Montreal, Canada.
NIME04 kept up with NIME01, NIME02 and NIME03 spirit. The conference was hosted by Shizuoka University of Art and Culture (SUAC) in the "city of musical instruments" Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Japan.
The conference consisted of a three full-day event where research papers, demos and performances were presented that correspond to the state-of-the-art concerning new interfaces for musical expression.
- Online Proceedings
- Call for papers, demos & performances
- Bus Tour
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Agency for Cultural Affairs
- The Japan Foundation
- Information Processing Society of Japan
- Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers
- Society for Art and Science
- Japanese Society for Music Perception and Cognition
- Japan Computer Music Association (JACOM)
- IPSJ Special Interest Group on MUSic and computer (SIGMUS)
- Shizuoka University, Faculty of Information
- Hamamatsu Music And Computer Science Workgroup (HMACS)
- ACTCITY Hamamatsu Management Foundation
- Kayamori Foundation of Information Science Advancement
- The Kao Foundation For Arts And Sciences
- International Communications Foundation
- Roland Foundation / Roland Corporation
- Yamaha Corporation
- Kawai Musical Instruments Mfg. Co., Ltd.
- NIME04 Report
- Information & Links
- NIME03 Report
- Information about Hamamatsu
- Web Pages about Hamamatsu
- NIME03 was held at McGill University in Montreal, Canada
- NIME02 was held at the Media Lab Europe, Dublin, Ireland.
- NIME01 was held as a workshop at ACM CHI 2001 in Seattle, USA.