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Outer Body Experience

Music To The Dance
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In a specially equipped room or hall, a multitude of motion and laser sensors are monitoring the ballerina's every move.

Then, as she starts to dance, the sweet sounds of music pour from the walls themselves, controlled completely by her body movements -- she both conducts and performs the music.

theircompetitor, Mar 27 2004

Collaborative Composition Dance Box http://www.halfbake...ition_20Dance_20Box
Another "music as created by dance movements" idea [waugsqueke, Oct 04 2004]

Optimusic http://www.optimusic.com
Light Beam-controlled MIDI System [blowfish, Oct 04 2004]

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       I had some lovely romantic notions of an exquisite performance.
Until I read [UB]'s anno.
gnomethang, Mar 27 2004
  

       I'd pay good money to see [tc] attempt a performance of 'Flight of the Bumblebee.'
RayfordSteele, Mar 28 2004
  

       [RayfordSteele] though my mom was a dance teacher and dragged me to all the classes, heaven forbid :)
theircompetitor, Mar 28 2004
  

       [UB], I realise that and also appreciate the language (having the same phrase over here!). It just , kinda, killed my illusions somewhat. You know what I mean!.
gnomethang, Mar 28 2004
  

       Nothing like a good interlude to reign in the merry pace!
dpsyplc, Mar 28 2004
  

       She's dancing in front of a theremin?
DrCurry, Mar 28 2004
  

       Dammit, Jim, I'm a doctor, not a musician!
theircompetitor, Mar 28 2004
  

       There was a variation of the theremin, I forget its name now, that was played by moving the entire body over a platform. But it was basically altitude-based--the notes depended on the height of the the mass above it, meaning your "dance" would be primarily vertical.
5th Earth, Jun 13 2004
  


 

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