By Peter Kingston, Jason von Hinezmeyer, Magnus Egerstedt (auth.), Amy LaViers, Magnus Egerstedt (eds.)
Dancing humanoids, robot artwork installations, and tune generated through mathematically distinctive tools are not any longer technology fiction; in reality they're the topic of this ebook. This first-of-its-kind anthology assembles technical examine that makes such creations attainable. to be able to mechanize anything as enigmatic and private as dance, researchers needs to delve deeply into detailed educational disciplines: keep watch over thought and paintings. generally, this examine makes use of thoughts from the realm of artwork to motivate equipment on top of things, allows creative endeavours utilizing complicated keep an eye on concept and aids within the research of artwork utilizing metrics devised by way of a structures theoretic approach.
To make sure that creative affects are good represented, the person chapters are concentrated in order that they relate their contribution to the humanities meaningfully and explicitly. specifically composed introductions arrange the contributions both by way of notion by way of inventive ideas or their contribution to the humanities via new research instruments. To facilitate this, nearly all of the chapters are authored together by means of specialists up to speed thought and via artists, together with dancers, choreographers, puppeteers and painters. Connections among controls and artwork then permeate the textual content in order that those very important relationships play a critical position within the book.
Controls and Art surveys present initiatives during this area—including a disco dancing robotic, a reactive museum convey and otherworldly music—and illuminates open difficulties and issues for learn during this rising interdisciplinary box. it is going to draw recognition either from specialists in robotics and keep an eye on attracted to constructing the inventive aspect in their creations and from teachers learning dance, theater, track and the visible arts with an curiosity in avant-garde means of production.
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3 shows the group during this disconnection event and the graph in Fig. 4 (corresponding to the frame of Fig. 3) is computed using a viewing angle of 180≤ . Although our first estimate of the sensing graph captures a split in the group and stays connected during the rest of the tracked period, it remains a crude approximation to the true sensing graph. For example, some nodes change their neighbors rapidly in our estimated graph, which is likely an overestimation of the rate at which dancers switch neighbors.
They deftly avoided colliding with them. In one case, a row of chairs was extended in a line from one wall into the middle of the room. When the dancers moved into the smaller space created by the chairs and the parallel wall, they would remain there temporarily, as if caught in a tidal pool, and only move out once they had reversed direction. When rules were prescribed with respect to walls and obstacles, all sorts of interesting, and less biologically motivated, collective behavior emerged.
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Controls and Art: Inquiries at the Intersection of the Subjective and the Objective by Peter Kingston, Jason von Hinezmeyer, Magnus Egerstedt (auth.), Amy LaViers, Magnus Egerstedt (eds.)