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Nautilus: Real-Time Interaction Between Dancers and Augmented Reality with Pixel-Cloud Avatars

Abstract : Real-time interaction with augmented reality is a novel material for dancers and choreographers to work with on stage. Rather than focusing on a perfect synchronization between dance and music, it allows the dancers to affect their audiovisual environment and react to the change. In this paper, we report the process and outcome of a col-laborative effort between art and technology that has explored this new material and resulted in the dance performance Nautilus. We suggest an interaction method based on a depth sensor and pixel-cloud avatars that allows the dancers to interact reliably with an augmented reality while moving freely on stage.
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Andreas Fischer, Sara Grimm, Valentine Bernasconi, Angelika Garz, Pascal Buchs, et al.. Nautilus: Real-Time Interaction Between Dancers and Augmented Reality with Pixel-Cloud Avatars. 28ième conférence francophone sur l’Interaction Homme-Machine, Oct 2016, Fribourg, Switzerland. pp.50-57. ⟨hal-01386445⟩

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