A promotional video prepared by our consortium to showcase our project during the forthcoming JHEP2 Final Conference, to be held on the 11th of December in Rome, Italy. Summary SCHEDAR, short for Safeguarding the Cultural Heritage of Dance through Augmented Reality, is a research project funded by our national funding agencies, through the JPI CH. Read more about JPI CH: Promo video @ JHEP2 Final Conference[…]
The sixth meeting took place on November 22nd, 2019. The partners met and discussed about the progress of the project, the forthcoming mid term report, the promo video of the Schedar project to be submitted at JPI CH, and many others.
Dr. Andreas Aristidou (UCY) presented the progress and outcomes of SCHEDAR project locally in an event organized by The Association for the Development of Life Skills, in Limassol, Cyprus. The participants were all primary school teachers that were interested in the use of emerging technologies for teaching young students.
A number of partners have participated in the ACM Siggraph Conference on Motion, Interaction and Games 2019 (held at Northumbria University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom) on October 2019. Two partners of the SCHEDAR consortium presented their work!!
The fifth meeting took place on October 25th, 2019. The progress of the project has been discussed, the recruitment of the new researchers have been discussed, the forthcoming deliverables, and the upcoming midterm report.
SCHEDAR would like to welcome Mr. Anastasios Yiannakidis (PhD candidate at the University of Cyprus).
Mr. Anastasios Yiannakidis, and Dr. Andreas Aristidou (UCY) participated in the International conference on Computer Animation and Social Agents (CASA’19), held in Paris (France), to present their work (outcome of the SCHEDAR project) on 3D Human Pose and Motion Reconstruction from Monocular RGB Videos, an efficient method for recording dance creations.
Dr. Andreas Aristidou (UCY) participated in an event organized by University College London about Emerging Technology for the Performing Arts, and presented the SCHEDAR approach for digitization, preservation, documentation, analysis and visualization of folk dancing. There were approximately 30 participants from the industry, dance schools, and research members of UCL.
Our paper titled Digital Dance Ethnography: Organizing Large Motion Collections, by Andreas Aristidou, Ariel Shamir, and Yiorgos Chrysanthou has been accepted for publication at the ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage. For more details, please refer to the [project page] or our [publications] page.
A number of partners participated to Eurographics 2019 in Genoa, Italy, the 40th Annual Conference of the European Association for Computer Graphics.