Fall 2010 Internet2 Member Meeting

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Dance Telematics

Time 11/03/10 08:45AM-10:00AM

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Session Abstract

This dance telematics presentation is a look at how advanced networking has enabled researchers within the discipline of dance to expand and redefine traditional practices of production design, access, and studio-related studies. Developing and evolving practices include applications for Choreography and Performance, Dance Technique, Repertory, Improvisation, and Integrated Multimedia Production. Challenges and successes are discussed using case studies involving Florida State University School of Dance initiatives with research partners at Ohio State, University of Utah, Wayne State, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, and Butler University. This progress report on integrating movement and Internet technologies is a behind the scenes look at planning and producing a variety of dance telematic sessions. The presentation emphasizes visual design aesthetics in relation to projection geometry and camera placement and framing. Venues are illustrated with stage/studio diagrams and other documentation.


Speakers

Speaker Timothy Glenn Florida State University

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Dance Telematics - Integrating Movement and Internet Technologies (pdf)

Speaker Timothy Glenn Florida State University

Speaker Sara Graves University of Alabama, Huntsville

Secondary tracks Cyberinfrastructure Arts and Humanities

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