Choreographic Computing Lab 5 / by Les Stuck

Invited to the fifth Choreographic Computing Lab at UCLA, I had the pleasure of five days of playing with movement data from dancers and developing real-time environments for eliciting movement. Organized by Florian Jenett and Scott Delahunta, CCL5 was an ideal opportunity to experiment with digital media and dance. In the photo, dancer Hannah Simmons beta tests my "choreographic object", a Kinect-Max environment that gives musical and video feedback in response to various dance actions–in this case, parallelism.