Interactive Performance

Philip Cootey (
Mon, 22 Dec 1997 11:53:51 -0500

We have just joined your list and are looking forward to sharing
thoughts about the potential and direction of interactive performing
arts. My company has just begun to delve into this new and exciting
world of interactivity and are eagerly compiling information on these
technologies. I have some questions.
As performing artists what are your primary needs in performance
effects? The marriage of movement to sight, sound, smell, and touch via
hardware seems to be sometimes cumbersome. What would be the ultimate
environment for you to interact with such triggers?

Philip Cootey
Research and Development
Rowntree 3D

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