Kim Vincs is a leading researcher in the creative arts, with collaborations across motion capture, game development, robotics, haptics, app design, 3D stereoscopy, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, augmented reality, cognitive psychology, biomechanics, mathematics, architecture and exercise science.
She has commercial motion capture credits including the Cannes Silver Lion winning Nocturnal Migration. Kim integrates scientific, technological and artistic methodologies to deliver innovative research to digital and performing arts industries, companies and communities. Her work spans creative technology for performance, digital scenography, VR, AR and robotics applications for motion capture technology. Recent works include The Crack Up, premiered at the Merlyn Theatre, Coopers Malthouse; Multiverse, with Garry Stewart and Australian Dance Theatre and 3D digital scenography for Victorian Opera’s production The Flying Dutchman and Four Saints in Three Acts, 2016. Her works have been shortlisted for Greenroom, Australian Dance and AEAF awards. The Flying Dutchman was a finalist in Unity’s 2015 Unite.