MicroJam: An App for Sharing Tiny Touch-Screen Performances

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Martin, Charles Patrick; Tørresen, Jim;

MicroJam is a mobile app for sharing tiny touch-screen performances. Mobile applications that streamline creativity and social interaction have enabled a very broad audience to develop their own creative practices. While these apps have been very successful in visual ar... View more
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