Dan Hosken, D.M.A.

Perceivable Bodies

An excerpt from a 2006 Palindrome performance at the Connecticut College Art and Technology Symposium. The work was commission by the College for this performance. Emily Fernandez, dancer/choreographer, Frieder Weiss, interactive program and visual programming, Dan Hosken, Sound and Interactive Sound Programming. The video from a camera focused on the dancer is analyzed by the program EyeCon and that motion data is passed to another computer where it is used to control sound using the program Max/MSP. The motion data is also used to control the visual displays.

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