The World Wide Web Consortium, the body responsible for web standards, has published a case study about the Ensemble dance settings — the technology underpinning ViPER.
The W3C employs case studies and use cases to explain and promote the Semantic Web to non-technical audiences, such as project managers. Although the new case study is predominately about the work Ensemble did with LJMU Contemporary Dance, in its conclusions it acknowledges the work ensemble@ljmu has done with ViPER as an important impact of the original dance technology.
The case study can be read here.
The W3C’s blog post is here.