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Movement in Capture

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Description

The subject of the project is the impact of pollution of the oceans on their living creatures. It tries to bring the experience of marine creatures in the polluted oceans, as I imagine it alongside a personal statement. This project deals with the question of how do they move in an environment that is no longer natural, in which they are helpless and restricted in their movement.

Using Motion Capture technology I recorded dancers. Through their movement, they tried to identify with the marine creatures. Then I implemented the recorded movement onto the 3D models I created, with the question of what human movement on top of unhuman forms can evoke.

This project is based on two seminar works and further research I wrote under the theme of movement.

Credits
Project by 
SHIRA SHVADRON

Guidance
Ori Succary

Motion Capture Suit
Perception Neuron 2.0
Courtesy of Eldad Sery

Dancers
Aviv Yossef
Orit Succary
Yuval Gilat 
Shira Shvadron

Sound Design
Kamaru Josef

Website Coding
Noga Mann

Logo
JOLA 
Text editing 
Talia Yoeli

Special Thanks

Ohad Fishof
Yael Kaduri
Zach Weinberg
Gideon Rimmer
Eli Magaziner
Moshe Kadosh
Avshalom Pollak
Elad Malca
Anat Gutberg


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