Adam Stark

Adam Stark is a computer scientist and musician based in London, and part of the software development team for the mi.mu gloves. 

In 2011 he completed his Ph.D. at Queen Mary University of London on digital signal processing and audio analysis in live musical performances and installations. He has been the software developer behind the mi.mu gloves since 2012. His other work includes Arboreal Lightning, a sound-responsive tree made from 5,000 LEDs installed in the Roundhouse in London, UK and the Human Harp, an architecture and music crossover led by artist Di Mainstone aiming to turn bridges into musical instruments.