13 Dicembre 2019

Kat Hernandez, danza e migrazioni digitali

Kat Hernandez, danzatrice di origine cubana, ci racconta in 360° le sue migrazioni digitali.

Puoi guardare il video direttamente dalla nostra webtv utilizzando tutti i browser, tranne Safari, o tramite l’app YouTube. Puoi anche utilizzare degli occhiali 3D / VR come il Google-cardboard. Buon divertimento!

 

Aya Toraiwa – DanceMe 2017

360° video is being watched 29% more then the same video shooted in original version (source Magnifyre). For this reason today 360° videos and Virtual Reality represent the new frontier of the digital image to which more brands aim when it comes to plan ads compaigns based on immersive videeos.

In this 360° video* the dancer and choreographer Aya Toraiwa tells us something more about her experience within the DanceMe creative process. She took part in the 2017 DanceMe edition and describes her experience using three words: raw, experimental and colorful.

*you can browse the video directly from our webtv using all browser but Safari or on the Youtube app. You can also use a 3D/VR headset like the Google cardboard. Enjoy!

DanceMe – Me, You and the Web

What is DanceMe?
DanceMe is an App and it is free.

What kind of App is DanceMe?
DanceMe is a creative App to share dance videos.

What is DanceMe meant for?
DanceMe shows virtual dance studios where dancers show their rehearsals to web users.

 

DANCEME live

www.danceme.org

 

DanceMe live after DanceMe app.

The very first step is creating a virtual studio in DanceMe app where a dancer shows the reaharsal and the coreography. The studio is open to all users and dancers who wish to watch the creative process of the dancer focused in his/her research.

DanceMe live is the show of the dancer’s solo created in DanceMe app and which will be scheduled
within Solo in Azione festival or within the show dates arranged by the creative directors, Giuseppe Esposito and Giovanni Sabelli Fioretti.

 

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Below the last DanceMe 2017 edition.

Major Supporter:

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with the support of:

LOGO-FONDAZIONE-Carige

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DanceMe app shows 6 dancers working in 6 studios till the end of June 2017.

Migrations is the common topic of their creation.

The 6 dancers invite YOU ALL to have a look inside the studios.

free download in the Apple Store

 

The 6 dancers come from different part of the world and belong to different cultures:

Elisa Sbaragli             (Italia – living in Verbania)

Daniele Ninarello        (Italia – living in Torino)

Antonio Marino           (Italia – living in Napoli)

Kat Hernandez           (Cuba – living in Berlin)

Aya Toraiwa               (Giappone – living in Berlin)

Brian Mc Neal            (USA – living in Mannheim)