Ryan's exploration of sound and music performance with computers lead to the development of his prototype MIDI controller, the M.G.I (Movement and Gesture Interface) which was an attempt at bringing a more physical performance element to laptop and computer music.
He now works in the intersection of the arts and sciences and explores and develop systems which merge all medias together through the physical augmentation of the body as a controlling device for computational applications. He is the founder of the Sensory Response Systems group.
To find out more about Ryan click here to visit his website.
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