Title

Reliability of the evaluation of humanoid animation as a visualizing tool in hip-hop dance

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

International Society of Biomechanics in Sports

School

Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts

RAS ID

28063

Comments

Originally published as: Sato, Nahoko and Hopper, Luke (2018) "Reliability of the evaluation of humanoid animation as a visualizing tool in hip-hop dance," ISBS Proceedings Archive: Vol. 36: Iss. 1, Article 52. Original paper available here

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to determine the reliability of the evaluation the humanoid animation by comparing the intra and inter-rater reliability between humanoid animation and stick figure animation of hip-hop dance. The humanoid animation and the stick figure animation were created using motion capture data from 16 hip-hop dancers. Five judges were asked to evaluate the 32 dance trials and they were not informed that they were repeating an evaluation. The intra-class correlation coefficient of the humanoid animation demonstrated very high reliability and was higher than the stick figure animation. There was no difference between the animations in the inter-class correlation coefficient. Humanoid animation may provide a more reliable method for the evaluation of dance movements as a feedback tool.

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