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Mixed Reality

Mixed Reality (MR) can enhance the creative process, performance experiences, and audience engagement.  


MR can enhance live dance performances by overlaying virtual sets, props or avatars onto the physical stage, creating a dynamic and immersive performance experience. MR can also enable dancers to interact with virtual objects or characters in real-time, merging the boundaries between the physical and virtual worlds.

Mixed reality can significantly enhance audience engagement by providing interactive and participatory experiences. Audience members equipped with MR devices or smartphones can access additional layers of content, such as behind-the-scenes footage, augmented reality programs, or interactive elements that accompany the live performance. This can deepen the audience's connection to the performance and offer a more personalized and immersive experience.

Photos courtesy of Maitree House

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