VIRAGE : Designing an interactive intermedia sequencer from users requirements and the background

Abstract : We present the unrolling of the Virage project and its main achievement : a sequencer for writting and performing in- teractive intermedia scenarii. This two years long project addressed the question of writing and controlling interac- tive scenarii involving several heterogeneous digital media, in the context of the performing arts. The project involved multidisciplinary members including artists, stage managers and developers to researchers in the fields of social studies and computer science. The main point was the design of a sequencer for scheduling and controlling the triggering of events embedded within the scenarii. We show here how we adapted a theorical background, thought for the interpreta- tion of musical scores, to specific requirements in collab- oration with field agents. We also describe how these ex- changes about the features of the sequencer leaded the soft- ware development.
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Antoine Allombert, Raphaël Marczak, Myriam Desainte-Catherine, Pascal Baltazar, Laurent Garnier. VIRAGE : Designing an interactive intermedia sequencer from users requirements and the background. International Computer Music Conference 2010, Jun 2010, New-York, United States. pp.1--1. ⟨hal-00516335v2⟩

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