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Historical Movement Archive Research Concept

In this video, Brad Waller discusses the Historical Movement Archive's Research concept.

Historical Movement Archive Research Program

In this video, Brad Waller discusses the Sword and the Pen Research program.

Hope Bear Gardens: Research and Design

Brad Waller talks about the Hope Bear Gardens Studio research and design.

Hope Bear Gardens: Digital Performance Space

In this video, Brad Waller goes into detail about the Hope Bear Gardens Digital Performance Space.

16ᵗʰ Century Footwork in Unity3D

Brad Waller talks about integrating 16ᵗʰ century footwork into the Unity3D game environment.

Avatar Creation and Development

Brad Waller discusses the creation of the avatars used within the Historical Movement Archive

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(Historical Movement Archive and Studio overview video)

The Historical Movement Archive and Studio

Historical movement

The Historical Movement Archive is dedicated to the research, analysis and preservation of previously unavailable movement knowledge, and to making that knowledge available to researchers, historians, and movement artists around the world through state-of-the-art motion capture technology.

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Research Proof of Concept

This multi-faceted research program is the result of a collaboration involving the Folger Shakespeare Library and Brad Alan Waller. The Historical Movement Archive is dedicated to research, analysis, and preservation of previously unavailable movement knowledge.

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Research Program

The Historical Movement Archive Research Program is an international group of historical movement scholars, teachers, and performers that are working together to preserve their life’s work in historical martial arts, historical dance, and cultural movement art forms using interactive serious gaming platforms and emerging 3D teaching and live performance technologies.

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Research & Design

The Historical Movement Archive Motion Capture Studio will be created to serve as a research facility where the movement art forms of the past and present can be explored and preserved through state-of-the-art motion capture technology.

 

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Digital Performance Space

The Historical Movement Archive Research Facility will develop the technical ability to serve as an online broadcast and live performance space, where historical movement research can be showcased and explored in performances, lectures, classes, workshops, and other events.

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16th Century Footwork In Unity 3D

We are taking a 16th Century movement system from Giacomo de Grassi’s Italian treatise of 1570, and implementing that footwork system into the Unity game environment using an ancient movement rubric and a great deal of math.

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Avatar Creation & Development

The Historical Movement Archive Motion Capture Studio will be created to serve as a research facility where the movement art forms of the past and present can be explored and preserved through state-of-the-art motion capture technology.

 

Partnerships

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“For the first time in history, modern technology is offering us the ability to preserve the movement depicted in these books and manuscripts so that it can be preserved, shared, and studied all over the world. It is a ‘Gutenberg moment” for historical movement and movement research”
- Brad Waller

Support the Archive

Imagine an international group of historical movement scholars, teachers, and performers working together to preserve their life’s work in historical martial arts, historical dance, and cultural movement art forms, using developing motion capture and gaming platform technologies.

This is what we strive to do at the Historical Movement Archive. Your generous contribution will help support the archive moving forward.