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Strike on Stage: a percussion and media performance

by   Charles Martin, et al.

This paper describes Strike on Stage, an interface and corresponding audio-visual performance work developed and performed in 2010 by percussionists and media artists Chi-Hsia Lai and Charles Martin. The concept of Strike on Stage is to integrate computer visuals and sound into an improvised percussion performance. A large projection surface is positioned directly behind the performers, while a computer vision system tracks their movements. The setup allows computer visualisation and sonification to be directly responsive and unified with the performers' gestures.


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