Harlem library invites youth to interact without adult scrutiny.
A real instrument is made out of the famed controller.
Game developer Jesse Schell talks about how the explosion of the virtual in our lives has driven us to crave more reality in every facet of life.
Utilizing freestyle footballers, a hacking experiment features wall-mounted Guitar Hero controls placed in front of a three-story screen. Soccer balls kicked at the life-size panels provide the physical interface for the game within the game.
Scott Saponas showcased his project on muscle-computer interfaces using a customized Guitar Hero application.
Silent Studio’s Youth Music Box is a fully interactive musical sandbox where up to four or five people can perform using instruments like keyboards, drums, and a DJ style interface.