Timothy J. Rogers

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An experimental dance performance featuring live-motion capture, real-time computer graphics, and multi-image projection was produced by a cross-departmental team of faculty and students at Purdue University. Dancers occupied and traversed performance mediums or "frames," including a virtual performance frame occupied by a 3D character, driven by a dancer(More)
We propose a Modular Mixed-Reality Learning Space System (MRLSS) that relies on middleware tools and distributed mixed-reality technologies to support multi-modal communications between local , remote, and virtual audience sets. Each audience set occupies a spatial module represented throughout the system as a cell which is visually displayed on(More)
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