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Conductoring is a spatial conceptual system designed to improve how users control sound on digital platforms, focusing on intuitive use through human-computer interaction. It can identify hand shapes, choose functions accordingly, and manipulate sound with hand, wrist, and arm movements.




Human-Computer Physical Control

Physical Interface

Sound Interaction

Conceptual design


Enhancing Multi-Modal interaction

User Experience on Digital Flatform, Usability-Intutive Sound Interaction

Conductoring began with a question: Is there a way to make sound control on digital platforms more intuitive? Since controlling electronic sound is fundamentally based on computer numerical control, I focused on human-computer interaction. I designed it as an initial project for a sound controller interface in a conceptual virtual space from the perspective of an XR environment.

How does it work?
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