Real-Time Interactive Dance Performance
Origins was a live dance performance featuring tracking, interactivity, projection mapping, and generative content.
The six-minute performance opened L'Effet Quebec's "This Is Quebec'" showcase in Tokyo, Japan, and was a collaboration between Montréal-based HUB Studio, Float4, and Tokyo Style.
Combining contemporary dance and corresponding responsive digital content, Origins was choreographed and performed by Kei Asanuma and the music was composed and recorded by Canadian cellist Cris Derksen.
HUB Studio led the management, staging and lighting design for the piece. Float4 developed the multimedia content and its technological infrastructure, including a detection system and a Realmotion server to generate new content in real-time.