De : Alexander Refsum Jensenius via ak discourse
Envoyé : lundi 20 décembre 2021
Objet : [NIME Community] New online course from UniOslo: Motion Capture: The Art of Studying Human Activity (starting 24 Jan 2022)
We are happy to announce a new online course from the University of Oslo, starting 24 January 2022:
Motion Capture: The Art of Studying Human Activity
This course is for everyone interested in human motion capture. You’ll start by learning the basics of human anatomy and biomechanics. Then we’ll move on to setting up, calibrating and recording with an infrared optical motion capture system. Some other sensing technologies will also be presented, including accelerometers, muscle sensors, and video recordings. Examples will be given of how such systems are used in various types of music research. Finally, you’ll learn about some of the ethical and legal challenges of working with human motion capture. 6 weeks, 3 hours per week.
At the same date we are also re-running Music Moves: Why Does Music Make You Move? for the seventh time. That course is more of a general introduction to music-related body motion.
Sign up now to get more information about the courses. Feel free to pass on to anyone interested in learning more about these topics.
-- Alexander Refsum Jensenius [he/him] Professor, Department of Musicology, University of Oslo Deputy Director, RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time, and Motion Director, fourMs Lab Chair, NIME Steering Committee New master's programme: Music, Communication & Technology
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