Inverse kinematics or IK, is the process of determining where a jointed object such as an avatar limb should be in order to achieve the pose required and realistic contact with surfaces around it. It works in the inverse, as it takes the desired goal state and effects the changes in motion of the component pieces required to achieve this state.
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