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Bang! Festival 2016: Entropy — for dancer, French horn, trombone, piano, and interactive Kinect environment
Annie Wang, dance; Byron Carr, French horn; Janine King, trombone; Hannah Wong, piano; Alec Korchev, Victor Zappi, video; Michael Ducharme, Kjel Sidloski, composition/programming. Kinect-for-Windows software by Isaac Cheng, Kelsey Hawley, Kevin Hui, Russill Glover, Michael Sergeant.
An interactive environment for dancer, cello, and vocalist, with motion tracking and Max/MSP.
Annie’s movements and position control processing, with a lovely FFT running delays across individual frequencies in the spectrum
Sarah’s magic hands float in the dark. Her wrist movements trigger and control the processing by Kjel and George.