Prototyping

Work in progress… Surging Verticality

Coming together for the third time, now at Performance Space, we have begun to develop small experiments around the conversation between somatic bodywork and the crafting of body-centred technologically mediated or augmented audience experiences. Seeking moments of transformation of the ordinary.

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Work in progress… Surging Verticality

Coming together for the third time, now at Performance Space, we have begun to develop small experiments around the conversation between somatic bodywork and the crafting of body-centred technologically mediated or augmented audience experiences. Seeking moments of transformation of the ordinary.

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Designing the aesthetic experience v0.1

In thinking through what I may be offering at the PSpace residency, I made a rough sketch of the elements to consider in designing the aesthetic experience. Contextual activity, tasks, trajectory Constraints, strategies Attention – internal/external, diffuse/directed Action – imagination/physical

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Designing the aesthetic experience v0.1

In thinking through what I may be offering at the PSpace residency, I made a rough sketch of the elements to consider in designing the aesthetic experience. Contextual activity, tasks, trajectory Constraints, strategies Attention – internal/external, diffuse/directed Action – imagination/physical

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In Transit: Sensorium Gymnasium

Here’s a summary of developments so far by Catherine and me for our explorations at Sydney Performance Space, July/August 2009 Research Question: How do we stay in touch with who we are in essence, at the level of the body,

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In Transit: Sensorium Gymnasium

Here’s a summary of developments so far by Catherine and me for our explorations at Sydney Performance Space, July/August 2009 Research Question: How do we stay in touch with who we are in essence, at the level of the body,

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The Situated Body: Listening in and out

Jonathan’s workshop ‘The Situated Body’ invited to develop a response to our experience in the land around us, based on the sensitivities we’ve been developing towards our bodily experience. I was interested structuring attention across internal and external environments, drawing

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The Situated Body: Listening in and out

Jonathan’s workshop ‘The Situated Body’ invited to develop a response to our experience in the land around us, based on the sensitivities we’ve been developing towards our bodily experience. I was interested structuring attention across internal and external environments, drawing

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The hipDisk wearable interface

Danielle Wilde has devised this simple, yet fabulous wearable interface, the hipDisk. I met Danielle at OZCHI2008 in Cairns. The hipDisk consists of two disks that you wear above and below your waist. An array of soft switches is positioned

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The hipDisk wearable interface

Danielle Wilde has devised this simple, yet fabulous wearable interface, the hipDisk. I met Danielle at OZCHI2008 in Cairns. The hipDisk consists of two disks that you wear above and below your waist. An array of soft switches is positioned

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Wii Fit – examples

Was thinking about how I could use accelerometers and gyroscopes to track and respond to rhythmic body movements, which got me thinking about Feldenkrais pelvic clock excersises, and then Hula hoop work. Seemed like a realy obvious and fund thing

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Wii Fit – examples

Was thinking about how I could use accelerometers and gyroscopes to track and respond to rhythmic body movements, which got me thinking about Feldenkrais pelvic clock excersises, and then Hula hoop work. Seemed like a realy obvious and fund thing

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pads

george, lian and i met up about 2 weekends ago to continue discussion on what we’d be doing at the next workshop (and beyond) as part of this i’d like to see a couple of small tools, methodologies or techniques

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pads

george, lian and i met up about 2 weekends ago to continue discussion on what we’d be doing at the next workshop (and beyond) as part of this i’d like to see a couple of small tools, methodologies or techniques

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doco photos

just to let you know that a selection of the photographs i’ve taken as part of this project, i’ve uploaded to a set on my flickr stream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/somayalangley/sets/72157606775570832/

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doco photos

just to let you know that a selection of the photographs i’ve taken as part of this project, i’ve uploaded to a set on my flickr stream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/somayalangley/sets/72157606775570832/

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sensored up

Finally i make an appearance on the blog again, a number of things have been whirling thru my head, but mostly going in circles without being concrete enough to put down as text. A few weeks back, george, garth and

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sensored up

Finally i make an appearance on the blog again, a number of things have been whirling thru my head, but mostly going in circles without being concrete enough to put down as text. A few weeks back, george, garth and

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Sketch book notes – little circles, big brush strokes

This is an idea I’ve had for some time now – a basic image in physio and bodywork: imagine your (insert body part here) as a paint brush, painting circles on the ceiling. I was thinking about ceiling projections at

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Sketch book notes – little circles, big brush strokes

This is an idea I’ve had for some time now – a basic image in physio and bodywork: imagine your (insert body part here) as a paint brush, painting circles on the ceiling. I was thinking about ceiling projections at

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Rubber hand illusion – remapping body sensation

Watch how you can trick your brain by stroking a fake rubber hand and your real hand at the same time. Link from New Scientist online I’ll be working on presenting this illusion at the Bundanon workshop! I think it

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Rubber hand illusion – remapping body sensation

Watch how you can trick your brain by stroking a fake rubber hand and your real hand at the same time. Link from New Scientist online I’ll be working on presenting this illusion at the Bundanon workshop! I think it

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Ramachandran Phantom Limb Mirror Box demonstrations

Video demonstrations and discussions by Andrew T. Austin I would like to explore some of these principals at the next workhop, coming up in January. This research goes to the heart of my inspiration for TTTB, at least in so

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Ramachandran Phantom Limb Mirror Box demonstrations

Video demonstrations and discussions by Andrew T. Austin I would like to explore some of these principals at the next workhop, coming up in January. This research goes to the heart of my inspiration for TTTB, at least in so

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