An example of the colour tracking algorithms being tested with five people. Skeletons identified by colour — example shows loss (due to occlusion) and reacquisition of individual skeletons.
Adding the ESP32 family to the TASTE project, developing two-way communication in order to read RUBS data while reconfiguring the system on the fly, and adding the ability to control addressable LEDs and fibre optics.
Testing to see how the colour tracking works in recognizing colours: skeletal colours are changed to indicate colour identification.
Testing Margaret Lancaster’s suit (on Dannekin) as we get ready for the June performance in New York at the ICMC.
Colour tracking testing showing studio with coloured teeshirts, KiCASS tracking system, and CHIMIRA colour tracking system.
Closeup of CHIMIRA dealing with occlusion and changing locations.
Example of skeletal confusion: bodies “steal” or exchange skeletons in performance. We hope to overcome this problem by using coordinated colour tracking.