[NetBehaviour] motion capture

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Mon Dec 22 00:15:34 CET 2014



I've used mocap for years for non-traditional work, with various kinds of 
marker systems and software rewriting - Alan

On Sun, 21 Dec 2014, a bill miller wrote:

> hi everyone!hope things are good - holidays and all that!
> 
> over the last several months I've started to work a little with a markerless
> motion capture system. we aren't able to get the most precise data but
> definitely have some good things happening. for students, we are working
> mostly towards mocap for character animation... in a fairly traditional
> direction. i, on the other hand, have been taking the same data to use for
> animating other things (you guessed it, text/typography). so far the results
> look a little like letters on a string... but the interesting thing to me is
> that they start to move in pseudo natural ways... its just a start and
> eventually i'll have some videos to share.
> 
> in the meantime, i'm curious, is anyone aware of and/or could share some
> references with me RE: people using mocap for experimental/non-traditional
> animation etc etc??!?!?!?!?!
> 
> high five,
> bill
> 
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> A. Bill Miller
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