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IBM Systems Journal
The future of artistic and expressive communication in the varied forms of film, theater, dance, and narrative tends toward a blend of real and imaginary worlds in which moving images, graphics, and text cooperate with humans and among themselves in the transmission of a message. We have developed a "media actors" software architecture used in conjunction with real-time computer-visionbased body tracking and gesture recognition techniques to choreograph digital media together with humandoi:10.1147/sj.393.0479 fatcat:5tusyrtbsjht3jeqk3gacmxcxu