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Born 1984. Musical interface researcher, Doctor of Philosophy in Kansei Science. Having previously worked as a toy planner and assistant at an art university, he is currently a researcher at the Graduate School of Media Design, Keio University, where he focuses on the research, development and presentation of musical instruments that can be enjoyed together by hearing-impaired and hearing persons. His creative work revolves around musical instruments based on the idea of enjoying music both acoustically and visually, such as in the “Vibracion Cajon.” Based on the cajon, a Spanish percussion instrument, this is an instrument that allows performers to share the sounds they play with others in the form of vibration.



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