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This video documents a dance piece, worlds, performed in August 2015 as part of the closing reception for the ISEA conference. The piece takes place over three sites: the concourse gallery and motion capture studio at Emily Carr, and the media lab at CRIM in Montreal. Dancers are present and motion captured in all three spaces and their performances are shared within each other’s virtual spaces. Tracked physical objects which appear in virtual space (“proptics”) act as containers for the other sites (worlds).
This video documents a TEDx talk given by Maria Lantin in March 2017. Through this interactive performance in her latest virtual reality technology, Maria Lantin pinpoints fear and its antidotes with new trends in augmented and mixed reality. Fear arises and is part of how we navigate the world. If we use it as a launch point for curiosity and learning, we can influence change on an interpersonal and technological level as virtual information locates into physical space.