I was fortunate enough to live-blog at the inaugural TEDxColumbus event this week at the Wexner Center for the Arts on the OSU campus. While all of the talks were interesting, the research of two speakers with a technology focus--Norah Zuniga Shaw and Chrystie Hill--stood out to me.
Zuniga Shaw, assistant professor and director for dance and technology at the OSU Department of Dance, presented the “Synchronous Objects” choreographic visualization project. The project highlights what can happen when computer scientists collaborate with those in the arts. From my live blog post:
I always like to see interesting examples of technology transforming the way we live and how we think about things. These two speakers highlighted that for me.