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An interactive sonic piece using motion tracking performed at the Bates Mill in February 2016 with the University of British Columbia's laptop orchestra. The motion tracking software was written at Huddersfield. This work combined original dance-based art with original music controller technology. It was the result of a significant international collaborative process spanning eight months. Eminent UBC Professors (Keith Hamel and Robert Pritchard) structured the creative works in collaboration with Huddersfield researchers developing motion tracking software. This work allowed a dancer to influence the live music output of the piece.
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
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A Concert of Mixed Works featuring The Adaptive Music Technology Research Group and the University of British Columbia
Ian Gibson (Participant)24 Feb 2016
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