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Title: Translation process of ThaiDanceXML into a 3D animation representation
Authors: Yootthapong Tongpaeng
Tansita Somyawakath
Pradorn Sureephong
Keywords: Arts and Humanities
Computer Science
Engineering
Issue Date: 8-Jun-2018
Abstract: © 2018 IEEE. Thai dance is a beautiful yet complicated movement, delicate gestures, and unique performing arts in Thailand which has been inherited from generation. It requires every part of the body to move, especially the hands and fingers. To record Thai dance movements, it is hard to find the dance notation system to capture all of the body parts such as hand and fingers and the body movement such as direction, level, rhythm etc. Nevertheless, Labanotation system proved that the system provides the abstract symbol to record all the movement of the human body, and is widely used in Europe, America, and Asia. Therefore, representing the dance movement in 3D animation had not been done for complicated movement such as Thai dance. This paper is focused on translating process from ThaiDanceXML, translate ThaiDanceXML into Unity 3D, Model preparation, 3D character transformation and 3D animation presentation to display Thai dance movements using Unity 3D program.
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