Mumerize: Educative Music Game

Students: 
Chendong Zheng

Mumerize is an educative music game to help music learners to memorize music intervals and learn the structure of music. This game provides the player with a scene like a platform game where the platforms are created by dividing a melody into music notes. The player should determine the position of the next platform by hearing and selecting an answer of intervals. The player should survive or die after each jump according to whether the answer is right or wrong

Lab: 
Director: 
Brian Magerko
Faculty: 
Jason Freeman
Students: 
Anna Weisling, Duri Long, Takeria Blunt, Sara Milkes Espinosa, Erin Truesdell

The Expressive Machinery Lab (formerly ADAM Lab) explores the intersection between cognition, creativity, and computation through the study of creative human endeavors and by building digital media artifacts that represent our findings. Applications of our findings range from AI-based digital performance to interactive narrative experiences to educational media design and development.