Paper on EMO-Synth published in international journal eContact! 14.2 reviewing 40 years of biofeedback in the arts

A recent paper on the EMO-Synth project is published the international digital journal eContact! 14.2 Biotechnological Performance Practice. The paper not only focuses on the project itself but also on the approach it uses to incorporate biofeedback in an artistic context and the general background of the project. Other contributions in this issue of eContact! include the Biomuse Trio by G. Ouzanian, HeartChamber Orchestra by  P. Votava and E. Berger, The Static Organ by K. Long and contributions by pioneering new media artists A. Tanaka (from Sensorband and Biomuse) and Stelarc.