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The idea that of "worldmaking" is predicated at the concept that the realm isn't given, yet relatively produced via language, activities, principles and conception. This choice of essays takes a better check hybrid and disparate worlds relating to dance and choreography. Coming from a large variety of alternative backgrounds and disciplines, the authors inquire into the methods of manufacturing dance worlds: via creative perform, discourse and media, choreographic shape and dance fabric.
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The essential features of this control were: • joint "processors" which interpreted parallel streams of motion primitive "instructions" as programs • a special processor to handle movements of the center of gravity, and • a global monitor to synchronize local changes to a global, constrained body model and thus process concurrent overlapping motion primitives. We can relax the control model by viewing the body parametrically, that is, any specified point on the body may be controlled by specifying a sequence of one or more values over time for it.
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