Summary: This project was a live performance featuring computer-generated graphics, real-time interactive triggering devices, post-processed video sequences and live video signals.Installations; Ineractive Media; Interdisciplinary Collaborations; Intermedia Performances ACCAD: Maria Palazzi, Director of ACCAD Matt Lewis, Graphics Research Specialist, ACCAD Mike Altman, Department of Design HJ (Hyun Jung) Chae, Department of Dance Fran Kalal, Department of Design Jenny Macy, Department of Design Jeff Ostergaard, Department of Design Lien Fan Shen, Department of Art Education Carrie Wilson, Department of Design Department of Theatre: Lesley Ferris, Department Chairperson Katie Whitlock Mark Shanda Who Jeong (Jaz) Lee Mary Tarantino Summary: Sleep Deprivation Chamber is a semi-autobiographical play written by Adam P. Kennedy and Adrienne Kennedy. The main character enters a sleep-deprived state in which her world becomes increasingly surrealistic. Realistic scenes are side by side with images from the character's childhood. The play has been described as a dreamlike meditation on race, truth and justice. The Department of Theatre and ACCAD coordinated on a live performance featuring computer-generated graphics, real-time interactive triggering devices, post-processed video sequences and live video signals. Students from ACCAD produced animation and video treatments and triggering sequences that supported and exploreed the live actors' interpretation of the Kennedy's written word. These graphics included particle systems of moths, a three-dimensional metamorphosis of an african mask, simulated water effects and real-time interactive device programming for triggering visuals. For more information visit the researcher's website: https://theatre.osu.edu/2_productions/level_3_productions/productions/2002_03_season/sdc.htm Completion in May 2003.