Digital Technologies, Motion Recognition and Analysis of Basic Movements for Improving the Teaching of Ballet Dance: the Digital Double of the PASSAY Project

Authors

  • Federico Ferrari University of Ferrara Department of Architecture
  • Marco Medici University of Ferrara, Department of Architecture
  • Andrea Zambonini University of Ferrara, Department of Architecture

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.6092/issn.2724-2463/12269

Keywords:

digital double, edutainment, dance

Abstract

The paper will describe the PASSAY project, an educational system that helps ballet teachers conveying basic movements to young students thanks to the use of optical tracking devices and the development of a digital double to check and validate movements. The project brings a significant innovation in a discipline that could sometimes look anachronistic in relation to today’s social context in which the technology has a fundamental role. Moreover, its use can help in overcoming distances, like the pandemic is imposing, and engaging more people and young students in particular.

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Published

2021-02-08

How to Cite

Ferrari, F., Medici, M., & Zambonini, A. (2021). Digital Technologies, Motion Recognition and Analysis of Basic Movements for Improving the Teaching of Ballet Dance: the Digital Double of the PASSAY Project . Img Journal, 2(3), 442-473. https://doi.org/10.6092/issn.2724-2463/12269