Abstract: We describe efforts to evaluate a new smartphone-based visual programming language, which gives users the ability to map their own musical blob notation to synthesized audio. We use the Cognitive Dimensions of Notations questionnaire (Blackwell & Green, 2000) to gain qualitative feedback, and use traditional observation methods to support our results. Using this methodology, we were able to find that musical and non-musical users both react positively to the system, with no marked difference between the two groups.
PPIG 2011 - 23rd Annual Workshop
User Configurable Machine Vision for Mobiles