Jean-Marc Matos

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In this paper, we present (i) a computational model of Dynamic Symmetry of human movement, and (ii) a system to teach this movement quality (symmetry or asymmetry) by means of an interactive sonification exergame based on IMU sensors and the EyesWeb XMI software platform. The implemented system is available as a demo at the workshop.
In this paper we present the objectives and preliminary work of WhoLoDancE a Research and Innovation Action funded under the European Union's Horizon 2020 programme, aiming at using new technologies for capturing and analyzing dance movement to facilitate whole-body interaction learning experiences for a variety of dance genres. Dance is a diverse and(More)
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