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|Title:||Comparing the Thai dance labanotation recording results with an expert|
|Keywords:||Arts and Humanities|
|Abstract:||© 2019 IEEE. Thai Dance is a unique performative form of art based on complex movements with rhythm. The performer requires expertise to move every part of the body, especially hands and fingers to harmonize and balance the body control. Thus, it is challenging to pass on such a tacit knowledge to the next generation. Currently, the drop in the number of experts is dramatic and the chance of archiving the dance knowledge as explicit knowledge is very low. To archive the Thai dance knowledge, the use of a system like the Labanotation System is necessary to record the complex movements as abstract symbols. This system allows to record dance movements, but it cannot provide their three-dimensional representation. Therefore, to automatically generate 3D animation from the Thai Laban Scores, the Thai Laban Drag Drop system was developed. Nevertheless, the results of the Thai Laban Drag Drop system development must be verified. This Paper focuses the autogenerated output of the Thai Laban Drag Drop system, comparing Video Recoding and 3D Animation, the Thai Laban Scores from an expert and Thai Laban Scores from the system, the ThaiLabanXML and the regenerated ThaiLabanXML from the system.|
|Appears in Collections:||CMUL: Journal Articles|
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