Live computer-interactive performance is a compelling medium that enables musicians, dancers, actors, and visual artists to explore emergent modes of expression. By interweaving aesthetics with electronics, media, and networked technology, artists create a multi-dimensional performance that intersects the cross points of virtual and physical gesture, sound, and space. The lecture will cover interactive processes such as motion tracking, audience involvement, live sampling/processing, integration of real-time video, and the use of high-bandwidth Internet telecommunications for telematic applications.
While we are waiting for the IDAH Brown Bag series to resume, please explore the Digital Library's Spring 2013 Brown Bag schedule for presentations on topics ranging from various forms of data and media management to digital collections, visual archives, and working in the Scholars' Commons. You may also be interested in the Catapult Centre'sworkshop series.