Joe Varano wrote:
I don't think that would be possible. The technology used requires the instructor (in this case Donovan Waite) to be hooked up to dozens of sensors to capture days of readings while he does the techniques over and over and over with his uke. Unless you are aware of a time machine, I think we're going to have to settle for those sensei still alive and willing to transfer their knowledge using this technology.
You're right. I guess that was way too much wishful thinking. But, hey! Maybe one day, technology will evolve as to make it easy to translate O-Sensei's documented moves into computer 3D models (still a lot of wishful thinking, I know).