Bodies in Motion Showcase

A collaboration between the Integrated Digital Media program at Tandon School of Engineering and NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU Tisch School of the Arts. This exhibition offered live performances, and interactive installations, that featured motion capture, virtual reality, projection mapping, and much more.

This is a class that has been reoccurring once a year, so keep your eyes out for a possible Bodies in Motion Showcase in 2019.

However, you don’t have to wait a whole year to see the cutting edge work of IDM students. With classes touching on VR, performance, and digital art, as well as an end of year showcase, Spring 2019 will be filled with shows for tech enthusiasts and futurists of all kinds.

So keep an eye out for the month of April / May for the exciting shows to come!

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  • The fall semester course, Bodies in Motion, taught by Todd Bryant, a postdoctoral researcher at ITP and adjunct professor at both IDM and ITP, and Kat Sullivan, an adjunct professor at IDM, held its final showcase on December 10, at the NYU Media and Games Network (MAGNET) at NYU Tandon. Dozens of people braved the chilly weather on Sunday evening to watch and interact with five installations that merged technology with live performance to question our modern-day surveillance state, criticize technological dependence, invite us to a world of monsters and magic, explore memories, and examine digital communication.

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