Augmenting a Ballet Dance Show Using the Dancer's Emotion: Conducting Joint Research in Dance and Computer Science

Abstract : We describe the joint research that we conduct in gesture-based emotion recognition and virtual augmentation of a stage, bridging together the fields of computer science and dance. After establishing a common ground for dialogue, we could conduct a research process that equally benefits both fields. As computer scientists, dance is a perfect application case. Dancer's artistic creativity orient our research choices. As dancers, computer science provides new tools for creativity, and more importantly a new point of view that forces us to reconsider dance from its fundamentals. In this paper we hence describe our scientific work and its implications on dance. We provide an overview of our system to augment a ballet stage, taking a dancer's emotion into account. To illustrate our work in both fields, we describe three events that mixed dance, emotion recognition and augmented reality.
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Alexis Clay, Elric Delord, Nadine Couture, Gaël Domenger. Augmenting a Ballet Dance Show Using the Dancer's Emotion: Conducting Joint Research in Dance and Computer Science. Arts and Technology, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp.148-156, 2010, Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-11577-6_19⟩. ⟨hal-00446843⟩

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