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Choreographic Interfaces: Wearable Approaches to Movement Learning in Creative Processes

@inproceedings{Afsar2021ChoreographicIW,
  title={Choreographic Interfaces: Wearable Approaches to Movement Learning in Creative Processes},
  author={Ozgun Kilic Afsar and Hila Mor and C{\'e}dric Honnet and Hiroshi Ishii},
  year={2021}
}
In this position paper, we present a set of tangible and wearable computing approaches to creative movement learning and expertise. We aim to rethink and articulate how we can build a combination of tangible and computational tools that yield a novel and expressive somatic vocabulary for human bodies through a model concept that we call Choreographic Interfaces. 

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