Cultural collaboration case study: Dancing around the World

TEIN (Trans-Eurasia Information Network), is the resulting network of several collaborations among Asia-Pacific countries. Thanks to this initiative, these countries have now access to advanced communication infrastructures (bandwidth up to 10Gbps) to run research and educational actions in cooperation with European and American entities. One of their focus activities is centered in eCulture. As a result they recently published a case study on distributed performances. This case took place in 2014 during the APAN meeting in Daejeon (Corea) in which i2CAT had a relevant role as technical partner. The performance involved 4 venues (Barcelona, Prague, Salvador and Daejeon) in which musicians and dancers demonstrate the potential of using high-speed IP Network in the eCulture sector, lowering barriers and opening new opportunities of collaboration between countries.

If you want to know more about, please find below the report of the study case prepared by TEIN.

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