Research, Development, and Performance Facility

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Historical Movement Archive: Research, Development, and Performance Facility

The Historical Movement Archive Studio will serve as a Volumetric Motion Capture Research and Development Facility that is dedicated to the research and development of technologies that support volumetric motion capture, holographic sharing, visualization, holoportation, and live performance streaming capabilities.

During the day the studio will serve as a volumetric motion capture facility dedicated to recording, processing, preserving, and archiving historical and cultural movement. As the evening approaches the research and development work stations close up back into the outer walls of the studio. During the evening the studio will serve as a research and performance facility dedicated to live performance and volumetric streaming. The core of our research and development efforts center around the implementation of volumetric capture and broadcast technologies.

Historical Movement Archive Volumetric Motion Capture Studio Setup – 52.5’+ diameter motion capture range. Microsoft Volumetric Studio System, 110 high resolution volumetric cameras, studio equipment, switches, cabling. rigging, rendering and streaming servers, SDKs, software, and Microsoft’s Educational Licensing.

The Historical Movement Archive Studio will serve as a Volumetric Motion Capture Research and Performance Facility that is dedicated to the research and development of live performance and 3D broadcast capabilities.

We have the opportunity to build an augmented reality development platform and create mixed reality research and performance experiences that will change how we look at live performance, and as a result help preserve the cultural landscape of national and international live classical performance.

The Hope Bear Garden Volumetric Broadcast Performance Space

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For the first time in history, modern technology is offering us the ability to preserve the movement depicted in antiquarian books and manuscripts. Motion capture technologies allow us to take movement and preserve it in a three dimensional digital form.

We can recreate and interpret the historical and cultural movement in digital form, so that it can be preserved, studied, archived, and shared all over the world.

It is a “Gutenberg moment” for historical movement and movement research.
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Contact

10900 University Blvd.,
Katherine G. Johnson Hall Suite 147B
Manassas, VA 20110

(571) 334-7060

info@historicalmovementarchive.org

 

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