motion capture

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motion capture

n
(Film) a process by which a device can be used to capture patterns of live movement; the data is then transmitted to a computer, where simulation software displays it applied to a virtual actor
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Intel's $400 developer device features its RealSense Camera ZR300 which is able to recognize 3D objects and gestures and works with the smartphone's accelerometer, gyroscope, and a lens to offer a wide field of view for broad motion capturing. It works with Google's Project Tango 3D-mapping effort and will be aimed at developers looking to develop motion capture apps for smartphones of the future
However, we only obtain a small amount of original data by motion capturing, which cannot provide the motion feature.
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