[Sw-l] Writing Dances from Myanmar/Burma and Thailand
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Fri May 28 19:45:37 UTC 2021
May 28, 2021
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> On May 28, 2021, at 12:22 PM, John Carlson <yottzumm at GMAIL.COM> wrote:
> May I forward this email to the X3D-public mailing list, where Humanoid Animation (HAnim) ISO standards are discussed? Perhaps there is room for an iconic encoding of HAnim motion? Thanks!
> On Fri, May 28, 2021 at 2:04 PM Valerie Sutton <sutton at signwriting.org <mailto:sutton at signwriting.org>> wrote:
> SignWriting List
> May 28, 2021
> Hello SignWriting List Members!
> I am happy to tell you that there are several new developments to share, in SignWriting, DanceWriting and Movement Writing.
> First, there are new DanceWriting developments...
> Sutton Movement Writing is a large movement notation system that can record any human movement. It started with DanceWriting, which was very active from 1973-1980, and has been waiting quietly in the background for years ;-)
> When SignWriting began to grow in the 1980s, our focus turned to SignWriting, since it is the section of the system that is the most used.
> So the DanceWriting system has been waiting patiently for writers to become inspired, and for me to choose to focus on it.
> In the past few weeks I have been blessed with a new DanceWriting project that started on Facebook by Sutthikhun Pheangphongsai.
> Thank you, Sutthikhun, for this beautiful new work:
> Writing Dances from Myanmar/Burma and Thailand
> by Sutthikhun Pheangphongsai
> DanceWriting Sheet Dance
> Ethnic Dance Library
> https://www.dancewriting.org/library/ethnic <https://www.dancewriting.org/library/ethnic>
> Here are examples and links to new web pages:
> Burmese Traditional Dance
> https://www.dancewriting.org/library/ethnic/Myanmar/Myanmar_Burma_dance_01.html <https://www.dancewriting.org/library/ethnic/Myanmar/Myanmar_Burma_dance_01.html>
> Basic Burmese Traditional Dance
> https://www.dancewriting.org/library/ethnic/Myanmar/Myanmar_Burma_dance_02.html <https://www.dancewriting.org/library/ethnic/Myanmar/Myanmar_Burma_dance_02.html>
> Basic Thai Traditional Dance
> https://www.dancewriting.org/library/ethnic/Thailand/Thailand_dance_01.html <https://www.dancewriting.org/library/ethnic/Thailand/Thailand_dance_01.html>
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