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MEMENTO-VISION™: Re-imagining a Conversation

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The penultimate scene in the film “Memento” (Christopher Nolan, 1999), featuring Leonard Shelby (Guy Pierce) and Teddy (Joe Pantoliano) is presented in a Black Box Theatre, on two screens. These screens, facing each other, will represent Leonard and Teddy, respectively, with each character’s audio dialogue split and playing from behind each screen.  read more »

Visual Elements of Motion Capture

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We rely on our senses to gather data on the external environment
around us. Our nervous system continually processes this data to create a perceptual "picture" of the world outside ourselves. In the course of our tool making evolution, we havedeveloped technologies that not only extend our physical abilities but also extend the range of our natural senses. Through the microscope we see an infinitely small world. Watching the television we see live pictures of any corner of the globe.  read more »

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