Arts & Sciences : Crossroads
Auteur & Metteur en scène
Intellectual property, a meeting point for Arts and Sciences
Isabelle Daguerre, lawyer and intellectual property advisor, Picarré, Liège Science Park
Creativity and inventiveness, irreconcilable or complementary concepts? Uncover artistic performances and preserve the confidentiality of processes, where is the balance point?
Intervention by Picarré in the framework of the pipole project, financed by Wallonia and the FSE
Intelligent clothing at the service of the performing arts
Virginie Canart, Reseacher and Project Manager, CENTEXBEL
Manu Di Martino, Visual Artist, Choregrapher, OkusLAB (www.okus.be).
Alain Bouffioux, Project Manager, Interface Entreprises-Université de Liège
The Intelligent Sensor invades many areas: home, health, automotive, etc. And if he entered the theater, incognito, hidden in the clothes of the artists? A first overview will take stock of the technology. The structure of the textile, its properties, the integration of the sensors, its components and its connections will be discussed. Finally, the artist will be given the floor to know his vision on some applications, on the properties of a suitable garment and on its elaboration procedure.
The capture and analysis of human movement applied to health and the performing arts.
Cédric Schwartz, Laboratoire d’Analyse du Mouvement Humain (LAMH), Université de Liège.
Mohamed Boutaamayou, Laboratoire d’Analyse du Mouvement Humain (LAMH)
Artist to be confirmed
Recent technological advances have made it possible both to improve the quality of the tools of capture and analysis of the movement and to facilitate their availability. These advances have led to the emergence of applications in various fields, including health and performing arts.
Cocktail & Networking
ULiège / Interface Entreprises-Université / Salle Archimède / Free admission
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