WHAT WE DO

We use both software and hardware environments to develop cutting-edge products for artists and would-be artists in a number of fields driven by sound and image transformations.

WHY IT MATTERS

Signal processing has evolved from expensive devices, only affordable by established artists, studios and professional organizations to small, affordable devices available to all. 

Research will continue to push the envelope with respect to what these devices can do for artists.

WHAT YOU LEARN

You will learn to program in software environments (Ableton Live, Max for Live, VST Development, etc) and develop novel hardware solutions using Arduinos and other small-scale computing devices.

  • Dr. Derrick Yeo

    Research Educator

  • Dr. Patrick Killion

    Stream Advisor

University of Maryland

Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost

The First-Year Innovation & Research Experience

Dr. Patrick Killion

Director of Discovery-Based Learning

Email: pkillion@umd.edu

Tel: 301-405-0057