Digital movement: essays in motion technology and performance. By N Salazar Sutil. Abstract. This book is about the evolving relationship between human movement and the technologically mediated process of motion study, particularly in terms of how, through digital media technology, human motion can be captured, rendered, animated, processed, analysed, computed, documented, archived, and.
Digital Movement: Essays in Motion Technology and Performance. By. Abstract. This book brings together experts across disciplines to examine the connection between digital technologies and human movement, and to consider the creative and artistic possibilities of technologized human motion Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan. Year: 2015. OAI.
This book brings together experts across disciplines to examine the connection between digital technologies and human movement, and to consider the creative and artistic possibilities of technologized human motion.
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Digital Movement Essays in Motion Technology and Performance. Posted on March 31, 2016 by fernandonabais. Reply. I was very honoured to be able to contribute with an essay to this fantastic book, alongside such a fantastic group of authors. My chapter is called, “I-CARE-US: Flying Robots and Human-Robot Interaction in Digital Performance” and focus on the emergent exploration of drone.
Review of Digital Movement: Essays in Motion, Technology and Performance Journal of Literature and Science. I reviewed a collection of essays on the topic of motion capture and the digitization of motion. The review paid particular attention to how these methods of digitization are being used in contemporary theatres. Krapp's Last Tape and Breath as Algorithmic Performances: A Heuristic MIT.
Sita Popat is Professor of Performance and Technology at the University of Leeds. She is the author of 'Invisible Connections: Dance, Choreography and Internet Communities' (Routledge, 2007), co-editor with Jonathan Pitches of 'Performance Perspectives: A Critical Introduction' (Palgrave, 2011) and co-editor with Nicolas Salazar Sutil of 'Digital Movement: Essays in Motion Technology and.
In book: Digital Movement: Essays in Motion Technology and Performance, Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan, Editors: Nicolas Salazar Sutil, Sita Popat Cite this publication Nicolas Salazar Sutil.
His work focuses on the cultural theory of human movement and digital movement, as well as the intersection of formal languages and performance. He is the artistic direction of C8, an artistic collaborative that works in the integration of stage performance, language formalisms and technology. He currently works as a Lecturer in Dance and Digital Arts at the University of Surrey, UK. Upcoming.
From the advent of the digital society, spawned by the invention of the computer and ENIAC, one of the first digital computers in 1946, to the present day, digital technology and computing have worked their way into more areas of life, from communications to finance to social interaction. You can see the impact daily in homes, schools and offices. The impact of computer technology on our lives.
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In: Salazar Sutil, Nicolas and Popat, Sita (eds.) Digital movement: essays in motion technology and performance. Palgrave studies in performance and technology. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 21-34. ISBN 9781137430403. Norman, Sally-Jane (2015) Location and navigation: wayfaring and arts of tuning.
The method that records a live motion event, which then is being translated into usable mathematical conditions by tracking a number of key points that are being combined in space over time to get a single three-dimensional representation performance is called Motion Capture. To simplify the meaning of this technology, it enables the use of real performance to a digital one. Everything that.
Embodying Digital Creativity: Designing Computer Tools to Support Spontaneity and Creative Work in the Arts, Nicholas Toothman, Tyler Martin and Michael Neff. in Digital Movement: Essays in Motion Technology and Performance, ed. Sita Popat and Nick Salazar, Palgrave MacMillan, 2014.
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Nicolas Salazar Sutil is a Chilean cultural theorist and performance practitioner based in London. He is currently Academic Fellow in Digital Performance at the School of Performance and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds, having previously worked as Lecturer in Digital Arts at the University of Surrey. His work focuses on the study of mathematical languages and computer languages in human.
He is the author of Theatres of the Surd: the influence of Mathematical Thinking on Avant-Garde Theatre, and of Motion and Representation: the Language of Human Movement (MIT Press, 2015), Digital Movement: Essays in Motion Technology and Performance (ed. with Sita Popat, Palgrave, 2016) and Matter in Transmission: Mediation in a Paleocyber Age (Bloomsbury, 2018).