Cotrone is a performance for two actors provided with dreskeletons, several sensitive carpets, a wifi guncam and a reality augmented software.
Cotrone takes place in a mostly empty room that has as a back wall a large screen, six sensitive carpets on the floor and a reality augmented camera on the top of a tripod as well as others technological devices such as a guncam.
The two actors of the play wear a body interface which let them control the picture, the sound and the lights in real time.
Cotrone goes beyond the elements of the traditional dramatic theatrical form in a new context where the digital interaction, the augmented reality and several interfaces let the actor increase his traditional role. This new reality allows combining from the scene itself and in a dynamic and interactive way, elements of theatre, music, lighting, video, drawing and animation.
The play was conceived, drawn and directed by Marcel·lí Antúnez Roca.