State of the Artiste 2016

A rising tide lifts all boats. – John F. Kennedy

Lots that has gone on, is going on, and planned to go on.

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FIRST HALF of 2016 was devoted to raising product awareness.

That has been accomplished via

1 – Kat offering classes at K&M as well as at JAPA.

2 – Formal Introduction of the Producer Series and its installation into:
Zed’s Toadfahrt Theater
Winds,
Rompers, and
Velvet Vixen.

3 – Artiste participation as navigation-system for the Extravadanza Exodus production, providing the engine for the barge by making it a multi-sit rotate-while-moving Palette. Two 25-seat boats carried the audience to 9 sets. The 2nd boat was operate my a special modified Palette just for the affair. And the 1st 4 shows were treated to a revised adaptation ot the Artiste AutoCam system for sim-wide multiple-venue productions.

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SECOND HALF of 2016 will be devoted to finalization:

1 – Showing more product potential

2 – Revising the Documentation. 2nd Revision. Simpler Manuals. Introduction of the Artiste RECIPE. (same as QuickStarts). Barebones how-to-list

3 – Fixing doc Errors

4 – More focus on Group Dancing abilities

5 – More exposure to current advanced abilities

6 – Introduction to the new Artiste Extendibles product line

7 – Implementation of a new video category…that of “experimental nd training”
less than a demo-video and less than a show-video., it will focuse on teaching technique and application. They may be shorter and more to-the-point.

8 – Facilitating the bot system and working an “24/7 unattended production series” that highlights features of the Artiste

9 – Providing more and continued one-on-one support

10 – Preparing the final PLATINUM release of the Artiste Performer Series

11 – Teaching new specialized classes as the needs arise and interest shown.

12 – Immersing into the create process and performing on stage

13 – Having more fun. Getting less serious.

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Because the list is adventurous aggressive, progress on any individual may be scattered, varied, and at times interrupted.