Jamoma development is supported by
Jamoma was originally born out of the modular construction of a realtime performance management environment called Jade written by Timothy Place using Cycling ‘74 Max. In 2003 the modular architecture was lifted out of Jade at the recommendation of Trond Lossius over meal of shrimp on the West coast of Norway. In 2005 the work began in earnest. Through a processes of continuous iteration and steady growth of contributors and peer-review, Jamoma has expanded its reach from those humble beginnings. The current version was created through the tireless work of many many people including Jamoma’s lead-developer Théo De La Hogue.
Jamoma has been supported in various ways through not only the contributions of time by so many but also financially through grants, hosting of workshops, donations of intellectual property, and sponsoring the work to be done.
These supporters include:
- 74 Objects
- Arts Council Norway
- BEK – Bergen Center for Electronic Arts
- GMEA – Centre National de création Musicale d’Albi-Tarn
- Blue Yeti
- Hordaland County Council – Kulturelt utviklingsprogram
- USA-Norway Fulbright Foundation
- Bergen National Academy of the Arts through the Norwegian Artistic Research Fellowship Programme
- Canada Council for the Arts
- COST Action on Gesture Controlled Audio Systems
- COST Action on Sonic Interaction Design
- interactive Media Art Laboratory Brussels
- Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
- Norwegian Academy of Music
- Norwegian Research Council
- The Municipality of Bergen
- University of Oslo
- The French National Agency for Research through the Virage research platform
Want to support Jamoma development or host a workshop? Contact us for more information.
If you are a programmer and want to join the Jamoma team, contact us or get involved through Github.
Financial support is also appreciated as a pledgie donation: