Sentire is a sound-based body-machine interface that transforms physical interaction between people into sound. Sentire uses a sensor that can detect proximity and touch between people, transforming it into sound through an effectively intuitive mapping. The Sentire software is written in Supercollider and it is multi-platform.
Sentire has been conceived on the premises of the embodied cognition paradigm, because it
allows the user to experience not only a coupling of action and perception, but also the interaction between different users and their spatial and sound experience. We apply and constantly develop a method of interpersonal interaction, allowing to extend the multimodal sensory experience of the user.