A low-cost MRI compatible keyboard

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A low-cost MRI compatible keyboard. / Jensen, Martin Snejbjerg; Heggli, Ole Adrian; Alves da Mota, Patricia; Vuust, Peter.

Proceedings of the international conference on new interfaces for musical expression. 2017. p. 257-260.

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Jensen, MS, Heggli, OA, Alves da Mota, P & Vuust, P 2017, A low-cost MRI compatible keyboard. in Proceedings of the international conference on new interfaces for musical expression. NIME Proceedings, pp. 257-260, The International Conference of New Interfaces for Musical Expression 2017, Copenhagen, Denmark, 15/05/2017.

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Jensen, M. S., Heggli, O. A., Alves da Mota, P., & Vuust, P. (2017). A low-cost MRI compatible keyboard. In Proceedings of the international conference on new interfaces for musical expression (pp. 257-260). NIME Proceedings

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Jensen MS, Heggli OA, Alves da Mota P, Vuust P. 2017. A low-cost MRI compatible keyboard. In Proceedings of the international conference on new interfaces for musical expression. pp. 257-260. (NIME Proceedings).

MLA

Jensen, Martin Snejbjerg et al. "A low-cost MRI compatible keyboard". Proceedings of the international conference on new interfaces for musical expression. (NIME Proceedings). 2017. 257-260.

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Jensen MS, Heggli OA, Alves da Mota P, Vuust P. A low-cost MRI compatible keyboard. In Proceedings of the international conference on new interfaces for musical expression. 2017. p. 257-260. (NIME Proceedings).

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Jensen, Martin Snejbjerg ; Heggli, Ole Adrian ; Alves da Mota, Patricia ; Vuust, Peter. / A low-cost MRI compatible keyboard. Proceedings of the international conference on new interfaces for musical expression. 2017. pp. 257-260 (NIME Proceedings).

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