MoCap, or Motion Capture, is a technique used to digitally record precise body movements.
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A better way has been developed for premade MoCap summoning. A method that uses general limb movements to call up the closest matching MoCap file.
Promising work by QuinteQ on real-time motion capture without excessive hardware, holds promise for MoCap use in public VR.
In Lessons from Simone: MoCap Filter , it was discussed how Simone whilst yes she was controlled by Victor?s body movements in a MoCap system, never quite copied those movements perfectly. Whereas Viktor's movements are not always feminine, Simone moves with a permanent feminine grace.
MoCap - Motion Capture - for all its impressive abilities, has definite limitations in terms of sensory fidelity, the expense and bulk of the rig. Gesture control is cheap and captures every little movement, but easily overwhelmed. Is a hybrid system possible?
Simone is a seminal virtual reality film, and there are several aspects of both the technology of VR and the social impact, which the film carries off very well, and which deserve to stand on their own merits. The MoCap filter the film alludes to, is one such aspect.
DesIRe is a gesture recognition system designed to aid virtual reality systems interfaces. It works via a variant on MoCap: The user dons a pair of datagloves embedded with illuminated LEDs.
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Researchers from the University of Tokyo created a real time system to visualize how much individual skeletal muscles are being used during an exertion.
The study has obvious implications for MoCap refinement, and kinaestheti...
Two actors wrapped in motion sensors circle each other, as engineering researchers stand at the perimeter of a USC Viterbi School of Engineering laboratory, taking note.
It's an unusual partnership between artists and engine...
Computer scientists have isolated the movements of Olympic swimmers and divers through a cutting-edge technique that reveals their motions above and below the water's surface.
he work, conducted by Manhattan Mocap, LLC, toge...