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Title: Somatic gestures in mixed reality/virtual reality immersive choreographies
Authors: Birringer, J
Keywords: Bio-data;Bio-feedback;BCI;HCI;New Media;DYI
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Department of Visual Design, Universidad de Caldas
Citation: Bio-Creation and Peace: Proceedings of the 23rd International Symposium on Electronic Arts, 2017, pp. 720 - 729 (9)
Abstract: This panel undertakes a deep and critical reflection about the general usage of biomedical signals from the mid 1960s to nowadays and their inclusion in artistic work, in regard both to the artistic application of these signals as well as the consequent theoretical implications. The members of this panel discuss concrete applications of biomedical signals in dance, performance and installation, the role of the enacting self embodied in these systems and the implications interactive installations have for the self-perception through technology. They focus on the complex and hybrid relationships between body, technology and environment, the perceptual qualities emerging from it, as well as the ethical implications of employing these systems.
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