Dance, clarinet and motion tracking

The location and height of the dancer affects her centre of mass which is being tracked. That in turn affects how the sound of the clarinet is processed. Programming/music by Fidelia Lam and Kiran Bhumber, dance performance by Diana Brownie, clarinet by Kiran Bhumber. Part of the Interactive Music and Performing Arts Research Training (IMPART) program with Sonic UBC Laptop Sounds and Sensors (SUBCLASS).

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Arts, Science, and Engineering students working on gesture-tracking environments for use in responsive/interactive performances.
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