From 2009-2012 I worked as a senior developer for the University of Virginia’s Interactive Media Research Group (IMRG) where we have developed NOMADS: Network-Object Mobile-Agent Dynamic System, a set of networked tools for both classroom and performance settings.
NOMADS is featured in Matthew Burtner’s telematic opera Auksalaq, where a suite of iOS, Android, and Java apps enable audience interaction with the performance.
(Auksalaq iPad app screenshot)
NOMADS has also been used in UVA’s MUSI2350 Technosonics Digital Music and Sound Art Composition class as a tool for large-scale interactive performances.
Unity Groove (exceprt, 2010) by the Emergence Collective/IMRG. Programming by Steven Kemper and David Topper. The full version of the piece can be found here.