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.
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.
Prof. Gediminas Karoblis (NTNU) invited Dr. Andreas Aristidou (UCY) to present SCHEDAR’s work on digitization, analysis, and visualization of folk dance on their Choreomundus Erasmus Program. The objective of this event was to bridge the SCHEDAR project with the dance and cultural heritage communities, disseminate our results, get feedback from dance specialists and end-users, present Read more about Choreomundus Erasmus Program[…]
Dr. Andreas Aristidou (UCY) was invited to present the early outcomes of SCHEDAR on motion analysis, dance organization, metadata, and gamification at Shenzhen University (invited by Prof. Hui Huang). The participants were approximately 30 students, researchers and academic personnel from Shenzhen University, TelAviv University, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, etc.
Dr. Andreas Aristidou (UCY) was invited to present the objectives and early outcomes of SCHEDAR at the RISE research center. The objective of this event was to show to the research personnel of RISE the targets, outcomes, and research directions of our project. The participants were approximately 40 researchers and academic personnel from many different Read more about Invited Talk: RISE[…]