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Intermedia Performance
Thursday, 12 August
10:30 am - 12:15 pm
Room 515B
Session Chair: Joanna Berzowska, XS Labs

Conceiving Embodiment: The Dance Architecture of Spawn
Spawn is an interactive dance architecture that aims to conceive an embodied space by investigating presence and being in environments that merge physical and virtual dimensions (mixed realities).

Mette Ramsgard Thomsen
University of Brighton
m.ramsgard-thomsen (at) brighton.ac.uk

Carol Brown
University of Surrey Roehampton
NightDriving: Videodance in Performance
This sketch describes the process of creating NightDriving, a hybrid media work that combines live performance of contemporary dance with digital video animations derived from the movement of the dancers.

John Crawford
electricFX Media
john (at) electricfx.com

Lisa Naugle
University of California, Irvine
Illusory Interactive Performance by Self-Eye Movement
Using saccade-based display, the audience can perceive different images from what physically exists on the stage. The display enables illusory interactive performance based on audiences eye movements.

Junji Watanabe
The University of Tokyo
junji (at) star.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Tetsutoshi Tavata
cell/66b

Mariana A. Verdaasdonk
Queensland University of Technology, cell/66b

Hideyuki Ando
Taro Maeda
NTT Corporation

Susumu Tachi
The University of Tokyo
Live Cinema: An Instrument for Cinema Editing as a Live Performance
The Live Cinema research project aims at building an expressive tangible instrument for cinema editing and improvisation as a live performance.

Michael Lew
Media Lab Europe
lew (at) media.mit.edu

 
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