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Automatic Composition for Contemporary Dance Using 3D Motion Clips: Experiment on Dance Training and System Evaluation

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3 Author(s)
Soga, A. ; Ryukoku Univ., Otsu, Japan ; Umino, B. ; Hirayama, M.

We have developed an automatic composition system for contemporary dance by using 3D motion clips. Our goal is to develop some useful tools in dance education such as creation-support system for teachers and self-study system for students. Our approach is not creating natural connection but creating conceptual sequences using basic motions of contemporary dance. We present an experiment to assess whether sequences randomly selected would be appropriate for contemporary dance training and to determine some effective elements to integrate into the algorithm. As a result of the experiment, our proposed system was found to be useful and helpful for dance training.

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CyberWorlds, 2009. CW '09. International Conference on

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7-11 Sept. 2009