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Review of the genus Xenoscapa Iridaceae: Crocoideae , including X. Potential application of the Moringa species as natural supplements in Namibia: A Review. Environmental Information Service Namibia. Namibia's one-stop shop for environmental information. Supported by. More information: Bester, F. Results per page: All 10 20 50 moreinfo Rows matching filter s : All. MH Right. More limitations. Imagine if the armrest were going up and down and waving—the chairs would be like clowns. It would become entertainment. MH And even with these limitations, there are endless sequences and endless behaviors available.

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The personality scripts are like the baseline— kind of how each chair gets dressed in the morning. Then we can assign how often the personalities switch. There are ones that incorporate a lot more choreographic sequences, or movements pulling from sports and culture and dance, and then others that pull from conversation and interactive sequences.

When the exhibition opens, it will be like the chairs are leaving home for the first time and will have to learn a lot. The idea is that they become gradually more and more their own, continuously learning. This is just the beginning.

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There are so many factors, you know: what does a crowd do, what does a group of kids do, or a dog, or people who leave their bags on the ground? MH Eleven? Smart eleven-year-olds. MH Sixteen, seventeen. Because then they can drive us around. The chairs will have to learn how to approach situations for the best results. For instance, if three of them travel in a line, that will probably make people more likely to move back. I think a lot of the movement in the installation allows you to fluctuate between anthropomorphizing and deanthropomorphizing the chairs.

That might be confusing for people who may be anticipating something more like a performance, but the chairs are participating, watching the viewers and literally making sense of their behaviors, working around or reacting to them. UF I look forward to watching people trying to make sense of it all.