The Social Network for Innovators in Motion
Hirosima is a whole body interactive performance
where we aimed to investigate the use of the body in a sonic-theatrical context.
With the use of motion capture technology
the performer improvises a series of sonic structures in real time
and navigates the audience through a pre-composed narrative.
The performance was hosted at the Inspace Gallery,
University of Edinburgh on the 27th of April 2010.
The sound in this video documentation is based on
a 3-D binaural technique on an attempt to
represent the speaker's positions and sonic arrangements from the actual performance space.
It is therefore suggested to watch it using headphones
Vangelis Lympouridis - Shiori Usui - 2010
Real-time wireless sensor MoCap, Orient-3, provided by the The Speckled Computing Consortium, Edinburgh University