A cooperation with the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Grafics (IGD), Rostock, and Dipl. Math. Holger Diener
The IGD Rostock had developed music-modulation software, that allows modification of the music’s tempo (within certain limits) without changing the pitch of the tone. Marion developed her own research methods to come up with essential behaviors of the software, such as the exact way in which the transitions would be modulated, as either the music would match the timing of the steps or vise versa. Besides interface design, informatics and creative research methods, theories of training and running played an important role.