A Case Study of Digital Preservation of Motion Capture for Ba Jia Jiang Performance, Taiwan Religious Performing Arts
B? Ji? Ji?ng (eight generals) are performers painted their faces, playing four generals Gan, Liu, Xie, Fan, and the Four Seasons God and other characters. When the celebration festival parade, as Lord God’s the guardian team. It is an intangible cultural heritage of Taiwan’s important religious and performing arts. This project sponsored by Bureau of Cultural Heritage, Ministry of Culture (BOCH), Taiwan in 2017, the subject of study was Sheng De Temple, a traditional B? Ji? Ji?ng troupe of Beigang, Yunlin, Taiwan. The project uses optical motion capture technology to digitalize two B? Ji? Ji?ng actors performing in the parade and square, recording to three-dimensional digital motion information, and creating virtual reality software to present the results of technological applications. This is a interdisciplinary integrated project that includes religious folklore, performing arts, and digital technology.
Motion capture; Taiwan B? Ji? Ji?ng (eight generals); Festival parade; Intangible cultural heritage
SYU, Yun-Sheng, CHEN Li-o, TU Yu-Fang (2018) "A Case Study of Digital Preservation of Motion Capture for Ba Jia Jiang Performance, Taiwan Religious Performing Arts". In: Ioannides M. et al. (eds) Digital Heritage. Progress in Cultural Heritage: Documentation, Preservation, and Protection. EuroMed 2018. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 11197, 103-110, Springer, Cham. [online] Available at: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-01765-1_12 [Accessed 29/05/2019]