For this dance competition, you can enter as an individual, as a couple, or as a dance crew of up to 5 fursuiters. So if you and some of your buddies have a routine you want to show the world, you are encouraged to bring your skills to Wisconsin and try out for our dance competition. If couples dancing is more of your thing and you want a place to showcase it, you are also encouraged to show off your talent at Fur Squared 2017. And, if you're loner who can grab the spotlight with your own moves, this competition is ideal for you as well.
Here are some details about the competition itself:
A quick explanation about the scoring. Each judge will rate each performance based on the categories listed above. In each of the first 4 categories, the judge will give a score, 1-10.
As for the Crowd Reaction category, a sound meter will gauge the volume of the audience's reaction to each performance. The loudest reaction at the Finals, in decibels, will earn a 10 in that category. For every decibel lower your performance's reaction is compared to that of the loudest, your Crowd Reaction score will drop by one. For example, if the loudest reaction is 87 dB, whoever earned that reaction gets a 10 in Crowd Reaction. If your performance gets a reaction of 85 dB, you will earn an 8 for Crowd Reaction. The lowest you can score in any category is 1. So, if you get a reaction of 74 dB in this scenario, you will get a Crowd Reaction score of 1, not -3.
The best score you can get from any single judge is 50 (all 10s). The worst score you can get from any single judge is 5 (all 1s). The scores from -all- the judges will be combined, and that will be the score for your performance. The performance that earns the highest score will win the dance competition.
If you have any questions regarding the dance competition, please e-mail me at huscoon(at)gmail(dot)com. I'm also available on Twitter, Telegram, and Skype under the username "huscoon."
Thank you and good luck.
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