Mason Bretan

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A Robotic Prosthesis for An Amputee Drummer
Mason Bretan, Deepak Gopinath, Philip Mullins, Gil Weinberg

Journal of Human-Robotic Interaction (in review). Open Journal Systems, in review
 
A Survey of Robotic Musicianship: Motivations, Challenges, and Opportunities
Mason Bretan, Gil Weinberg

Communications of the ACM (in press). ACM, in press
 
Emotionally Expressive Dynamic Physical Behaviors in Robots
Mason Bretan, Guy Hoffman, Gil Weinberg

International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (in press). Elsevier, in press
 
Anticipation Based Visual Cues for Human-Robot Percussion Ensemble
Marcelo Cicconet, Mason Bretan, Gil Weinberg

IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine (2013). IEEE, 2013
 
 
International Peer Reviewed Conferences/Proceedings

Musical Query by Movement
Jay Clark, Mason Bretan, Gil Weinberg
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Multimedia and Human-Computer Interaction (MHCI ’14), 2014, Prague, Czech Republic
 
Chronicles of a Robotic Musical Companion
Mason Bretan, Gil Weinberg
Proceedings of the 2014 Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME ’14), 2014, London, UK
 
A Reflection of Timing as It Relates to Robotic Musicianship
Mason Bretan, Gil Weinberg
Workshop at 9th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI ’14), 2014, Bielefeld, Germany
 
Developing and Composing for a Robotic Musician Using Different Modes of Interaction
Mason Bretan, Marcelo Cicconet, Ryan Nikolaidis, Gil Weinberg
Proceedings of the 2012 International Computer Music Conferences (ICMC ’12), 2012, Ljubljana, Slovenia
 
Sonification for the Art Installation Drawn Together
Mason Bretan, Gil Weinberg, Jason Freeman
Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD ’12), 2012, Atlanta, GA
 
Visual cues-based anticipation for percussionist-robot interaction
Marcelo Cicconet, Mason Bretan, Gil Weinberg
7th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI ’12), 2012, Boston, MA
 
Substances Enter Perilymph Near the Stapes as well as through the Round Window Membrane following Intratympanic Applications in Guinea Pigs
J Hartsock, E Thomas, M Bretan, R Gill, S O‘Leary, Salt AN
34th Midwinter Research Meeting of the ARO, 2011, Baltimore, MR
 
Evaluation of a Ten-Compartment Computer Model of the Inner Ear Fluid Spaces
AN Salt, J Hartsock, M Bretan, R Gill
34th Midwinter Research Meeting of the ARO, 2011, Baltimore, MR