MOCO’14 (International Workshop on Movement and Computing) is the first edition of a series of international multidisciplinary workshops on human movement, its representation and digital transformations.
MOCO aims to gather academics and practitioners interested in the themes of perception, modeling, movement capture and their use in interactive systems.
These aspects are becoming more and more important in the performing arts (music, dance, theater) and digital practices. MOCO will bring together innovative work by researchers and artists. This year, MOCO welcomes renowned scientific speakers including David Kirsh (professor, University of California San Diego) who has worked with the choreographer Wayne McGregor.
David Kirsh (Professor at University of California San Diego) Celine Latulipe (Professor at University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
An IRCAM-Centre Pompidou/Simon Fraser University coproduction.
The research carried out at IRCAM is carried out primarily in the context of the mixed research lab STMS (Sciences et technologies de la musique et du son), with the support of the French Ministry of Culture and Communication, the CNRS, the université Pierre et Marie Curie, and the Inria.