- Barry Clasper (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Callarama Program
One of the most difficult parts of learning to call is finding opportunities to practice with live dancers. Today's computer technologies can compensate for some of that by providing a program to drill callers that are in the process of learning choreographic techniques that require them to quickly see patterns and make decisions about how to manipulate the square. The most obvious use would be to practice sight resolution techniques, but there are lots of others.
Callarama is a program which accepts voice command input and executes the call with a display of animated dancers. The author, Reinhold Roedig, has been steadily working to gradually improve the capabilities of Callarama to be useful to callers practicing their calling.