My most important question is how can I use computer visualizations to improve collaboration and understanding between musicians through using data from the turntable. The significance of this rests within the lack of a widely accepted musical notation. There has been intent to create a methodology as in TTM turntable transcription methodology The DJs normally chooses improvisation and recording equipment as an alternative to paper archiving.
When there are to few audience members to choose a winner by cheering the loudest for the performer who they liked better, DJ's try to repeat the other musician previous scratch and when it is their turn to scratch they try to improve upon it beyond their opponents abilities. This is not only a way to decide who is better this is also an environment in which teaching and learning occur.
By using game can I preserve and collect this appreciative form. Most of my sub questions revolve around the implications of how to use open source products and does this facilitate programming to those who would normally not find themselves doing so. This is significant because of the art of Turntablism revolves around the manipulation of prerecorded samples and in its adaptive nature to utilize the inexpensive.
My subset of questions have to do with the transition into augmented reality and the convergence of performance / game? Will POV / augmented reality enhance the user's experience?
What things do I have to lose by being constrained by the environment in where you need a camera? Is there any mixture between camera independent images and those that are solely virtual one?
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