Category: Motor Disability Access

Eye Conductor

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Eye Conductor is computer software that helps people without the use of their hands play music with movements of their eyes and facial gestures. Eye Conductor translates eye gaze into musical notes or beats in a drum sequencer. If the user raises their eyebrows, that can be used to transpose all played notes up one full octave, while opening their mouth can add a delay, reverb, or filter effect to the instrument being played. Thresholds for facial gestures can be adjusted and saved to fit the unique abilities of different users.

Technical Specifications: 

Eye Conductor is programmed in Processing and early prototypes uses FaceOSC by Kyle McDonald for face tracking.


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Eye Conductor

Made By:

Andreas Refsgaard
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Maker of Eye Conductor, computer software that allows people with physical limitations the ability to play music with eye movements and facial gestures, as well as other software and functional applications for the disabled where individuals use their face to do things that able-bodied people do with their hands.