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Real-time motion capture performance 

in WebXR

 
 Real-time Motion Capture Visualization

Real-time Motion Capture Visualization

 Control through MIDI devices and Gamepads

Control through MIDI devices and Gamepads

 Can be viewed in 2D, VR, & AR simultaneously

Can be viewed in 2D, VR, & AR simultaneously

 

OpenPerform brings real-time motion capture to artists and performers excluded by the high barriers to entry of expensive or "closed" systems. Our open source javascript performance framework enables artists to take direct control of the medium, to quickly collaborate with others, and to easily craft new experiences for all web-based platforms (including AR and VR).

Supported Hardware

 Officially supports Noitom's Perception Neuron suit

Officially supports Noitom's Perception Neuron suit

 Supports MIDI Devices like the Korg nanoKontrol 2

Supports MIDI Devices like the Korg nanoKontrol 2

 Supports Gamepads like the Gamevice

Supports Gamepads like the Gamevice

 Can be viewed on a variety of VR & AR platforms

Can be viewed on a variety of VR & AR platforms

Official Partners

 
 
 
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OpenPerform was conceived, developed, and refined at Kinetech Arts and the Open Lab

Kinetech Arts is a group of artists and scientists creating unique performances that combine dance and science with the newest interactive technology. Founded by Artistic Directors Weidong Yang and Daiane Lopes da Silva in January 2013, Kinetech Arts has performed at ODC theatre, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, KUNST-STOFF arts, L.A.S.T festival, Moscone Center, Headlands Center for the Arts, Djerassi, De Young Museum, among others. They host DanceHack, an annual tech + dance event, in association with CounterPulse SF. Kinetech Arts was recognized by the SF WEEKLY as "Best Genre-Defying Sci-Artistic Collaboration of 2014"