Jiffer Harriman, an ATLAS PhD student whose research interests combine music and technology, talks about his work during an ATLAS Advisory Board meeting.
Harriman is interested in creating new physical and digital interactions and interfaces that
expand the languages of music and the arts. His research aims to broaden access to the electronic and digital tools of interaction design with the goal of empowering people of all ages to make their own physical and tangible interfaces.
Harriman received a master’s degree in Music, Science and Technology in 2010 from the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics at Stanford University. He also is a 2002 graduate in Electrical Engineering at CU.
While at Stanford, he explored networked music, new instruments for musical expression, processing techniques as well as interactive and kinetic art.
For more information about his work, visit http://jifferharriman.com.