Posted September 06, 2019 18:34:31With dance studio technology having come a long way since the late 90s, some dance studios still have some outdated features.
A dance studio has a traditional ‘box’ or building structure which acts as a stage for the dancers to perform on.
It’s a small box, with a single stage, a curtain and a curtain rod.
But the technology that powers it is now a mix of virtual reality and augmented reality.
“We’re moving away from that traditional box, where it’s basically just a stage,” Ms Nardone said.
“With the advent of VR and augmented, it’s really moving to a whole new paradigm where you’re going to see dancers interact with the dancers in the real world, and the virtual reality is going to be a real place to explore that.”
Ms Nardor said it was exciting to see the technology and the work being done by her group moving forward.
“It’s really important to us that we keep this momentum going and keep dancing,” she said.
The company is part of a group of companies that are trying to use VR to allow people to explore a different side of the dance world, like a virtual museum or a virtual studio.
In the future, this could also include augmented reality where people can be able to see a dancer on stage.
But some dance studio owners are concerned about the technology, which has not yet seen widespread adoption.
“This is a big leap forward and it’s going to change how we view the world in general, so it’s important to be aware of what’s ahead of us,” Ms Molloy said.
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