Re: hello

Mark Coniglio (
Mon, 19 May 1997 13:19:47 -0400

>One thing I would like someone to tell me ---- how is that ballet is not
>as involved in dance and computers as modern is? The obvious reason is
>in restaging the classics computers would not be needed or wanted I
>suppose, but for ballet to advance it must accept new technology. How do
>you think computers can be applied to ballet?

Hi Cynthia and all,

if you want to specifically see tech + ballet, you should check out the
Georgia Tech project at

They have had David Parsons down once (twice?) to choreograph using their
system, which is an advanced form of real-time motion capture.

In terms of dance technique, the LaserDisc stuff I mentioned in my
interview with you comes from Bedford Interactive. The have a minimal
homepage with contact info at


Mark Coniglio, Artistic Co-Director |
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