An attempted representation of the basic Gorean nadu position in the "Labanotation" dance writing system. The central columns indicate low kneeling (which means the torso above the feet by default), with knees separated, while columns immediately to the left and right of the box indicate that the shoulders are pulled back. The symbols above the angled ends of the connecting lines at the bottom of the diagram add the information that the palms of the hands are resting on the thighs on the same side of the body, and the rightmost column indicates that the head is tilted up (chin raised), thus representing the most typical or canonical form of the nadu position.
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|current||15:32, 25 July 2020||622 × 600 (7 KB)||AnonMoos||final version before font release|
|21:12, 28 February 2016||622 × 600 (6 KB)||AnonMoos||change wide sign to very wide sign|
|10:46, 27 February 2016||622 × 600 (6 KB)||AnonMoos||adding wide sign|
|22:35, 15 October 2015||600 × 582 (6 KB)||AnonMoos||minor visual fix (meaning of diagram stays exactly the same)|
|12:32, 8 October 2015||600 × 582 (6 KB)||AnonMoos||decided to include specific indication of head placement|
|09:19, 5 October 2015||550 × 600 (4 KB)||AnonMoos||An attempted representation of the basic Gorean ''nadu'' position in the "Labanotation" dance writing system. The central columns indicate low kneeling (which means the torso above the feet by default), with knees separated, while columns immediately t...|