From the EPFL website: “TRACE’s creation is a meeting point between art and technological innovation. The dancer’s movements are recorded and transmitted in real time into artistic signals. This is all possible thanks to a technology developed by the EPFL start-up Gait Up. Affaires culturelles, march 15, 2016”
For Gait Up, TRACES is a chance to connect with the community to showcase our wearable motion capture technology with realtime streaming capabilities. By linking the audio, visual and physical experiences, visitors have the ability to interpret motion in a new way. Thank you to everyone who was involved!
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Images Copyright: EPFL – Alain Herzog.
Moments before the show.
Farzin at the controls while Fernanda dances TRACES.
Connection with Fernanda as Jérémie plays the composition by Aki Nakamura.
From left to right: Cléo Moulin, Farzin Dadashi, Fernanda Diniz, and Jérémie Cresta.
From left to right: Cléo Moulin, Farzin Dadashi, Lesia Trubat, Cynthia Odier, Fernanda Diniz, Jérémie Cresta, and Aki Nakamura.
Fernanda, Jérémie and Aki listen as Cynthia Odier responds to a question from the audience.
Farzin Dadashi talks about TRACES with Cléo Moulin.
The audience listens to Q&A from the performers.
Cléo Moulin holds Physilog while discussing motion analysis with wearables.
A visitor wears the Physilog on the wrist while controlling TRACES.
Cléo Moulin talks about Physilog TRACES.
Visitors demo Physilog TRACES.
Visitors attentive to a demo with Physilog TRACES.