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October 5 KQED: The California Report: Tuesday, October 5, morning
August 19 KPCC: NPR's morning edition: USC Engineer Wins Award for Groundbreaking Music Research


March 26 dragonfire: The Music Issue (17): Science and Medicine: Without a Song - Just how much music can a nonmusician make?
July 1 Chronicle of Higher Education: Vol.51 No.43 p.A27: Information Technology: BEEP BEEP: Researchers at the University of Southern California have developed a device that turns drivers into musicians (requires subscription)
June 29 ACM Tech News: Vol.7 Issue 810 Item#16: University Researchers Make Device That Turns Drivers Into Musicians
June 22 Zeenews: Sci-Tech: Space and Technology: Now, you can drive your music!
June 9 Play Music By Driving on a Virtual Road
June ? All About N.GAGE: News: Play Music By Driving on a Virtual Road
June 7 All About Symbian reprints SMART MOBS' coverage
June 7 SMART MOBS: Technologies of Cooperation: Play Music By Driving on a Virtual Road
June 6 engadget: Drive a little road, make a little sound, get down tonight
June 4 Roland Piquepaille's Technology Trends: Play Music By Driving on a Virtual Road
June 4 The Scotsman: ESP appears as a featured science titbit
June 3 Yahoo! India News: Technology: Friday June 3, 04:53 PM: "Now you can drive your music!"
June 3 Technology News: ESP "provides a driving interface for musical expression"
June 3 Baby, you can drive my song
June 3 The Science Daily: Baby, You Can Drive My Song: ESP Interface Puts Non-musicians On A Digital Road To Performance And Interpretation (Viterbi story)
June 3 ACM Tech News, Volume 7 Issue 799 Item#13: "Baby, You Can Drive My Song" (abstract of Viterbi news 05/30/05) news)
June 2 BoingBoing, a directory of wonderful things: "New interface to drive music"
May 30 USC Viterbi School of Engineering news article: Baby, You Can Drive My Song
May 28 NIME conference in Vancouver, B.C.: ESP paper published and poster shown

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0347988. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

updated June 18, 2005.