“The “Castelet”: a dynamically reconfigurable stage for performing arts” by Jobin, Comtois, Gosselin, Faguy and Laurendeau

  • ©Jean-Philippe Jobin, Sylvain Comtois, Clément Gosselin, Robert Faguy, and Denis Laurendeau




    The "Castelet": a dynamically reconfigurable stage for performing arts



    The hero jumped down the wall, escalated the hill, slid down the rock, climbed the stairs and finally left the vilain behind…In this classical scene, the hero has to move on different types of terrain. Recreating such a varied spectrum of terrains in a theater scene still remains a challenge.


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