• Bibtex

    @inproceedings{Calvert:2007:10.20380/GI2007.01,
    author = {Calvert, Tom},
    title = {Animating dance},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of Graphics Interface 2007},
    series = {GI 2007},
    year = {2007},
    issn = {0713-5424},
    isbn = {978-1-56881-337-0},
    location = {Montr{\'e}al, Qu{\'e}bec, Canada},
    pages = {1--2},
    numpages = {2},
    doi = {10.20380/GI2007.01},
    acmdoi = {doi>10.1145/1268517.1268519},
    publisher = {Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society},
    address = {University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada},
    }

Abstract

Since the inception of the field, researchers in human figure animation have had an active interchange with those interested in representing and visualizing dance. In 1967 A. Michael Noll at Bell Labs and Merce Cunningham, the father of modern dance speculated independently about the possibility of creating dancing stick figures on a computer display.