Right from the beginning…
The title says it all –available in the CalArts Library Course Reserves and Stacks
MoCap for Artists
Midori Kitagawa and Brian Windsor
Étienne-Jules Marey and the development of the earliest forms of motion capture
The Science of Movement and the Image of Time
Marta Braun | BIUM
CalArts Library Course Reserve: TR840 .B73 1992
Picturing time : the work of Etienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904)
A well researched thesis from MIT concerning absolute visual performance
Painterly Interfaces for Audiovisual Performance [PDF]
An abridged version of a paper I delivered at The Screen: A Dialogue of Cultures conference held in Moscow in 1991. The PDF is printed from an old HTML file thus the formatting is a bit broken.
Absolute Animation and Immersive VR [PDF]
The full length paper delivered in January 1991 at The Screen: A Dialogue of Cultures conference in Moscow.
My work in Absolute Animation and Some Ideas About Extending that Work into the New Medium of Virtual Reality [PDF]
A look at the early development of Virtual Reality technology
A Critical History of Computer Graphics and Animation | Section 17: Virtual Reality
I attended a 1995 SIGGRAPH Conference Panel organized to address questions raised at an earlier SIGGRAPH on whether the Cartesian coordinate system was an oppressive construct based on the hegemony of a dominant form of male thinking. Joan Stavely, the artist at the core of the original debate, sat on the 1995 panel dressed in Barbie Doll drag –not only in a reference to gender stereotyping, but also because she had been doing mocap work for a set of Mattel television commercials featuring Barbie.
Grids, Guys and Gals: Are you oppressed by the Cartesian Coordinate System?
Chair: Greg Garvey