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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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The laboratory is also working with both British Skeleton, on the development of marker-less motion capture for athletes, and engineering company BMT, on more realistic assets for virtual-reality (VR) training environments.
Green-fingered guests at Chelsea won't be the only people to have bene-fited from the university's motion capture kit - Coventry's biomechanics specialists have also worked with the England cricket team, car designers, medics and professional dance troupes, using the technology to help them study their technique and boost fitness.
Faceshift is also not the only motion capture company acquired by Apple.
3D motion capture systems are a combination of multiple devices mainly high-quality cameras, sensors, communication devices, and accessories.
With one of the largest motion capture sound stages in the pacific northwest, and an expert team of technicians and visual effects artists, Animatrik is a proven provider of stage and location based motion capture and virtual camera services, with film and games credits which include American Sniper, Chappie, Elysium, Warm Bodies, District 9, Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Thief 4, Crysis 3 and Mortal Kombat Legacy.
NID=42846) Empire , Andy Serkis revealed that some motion capture work was done "on the development of Ultron before James Spader" was cast to play the character.
The amateurish motion capture does not match up to the thrill you expect from a Rajini flick.
The University is seeking bids from suitably experienced and capable suppliers for the provision of a 3D, infra-red motion capture system.
The motion capture, virtual sets and production pre-visualization capabilities of this digital media creation platform are important to our technology strategy for Park City Film Studios," says Greg Ericksen, chairman of Park City Film Studios.
The potential for markerless motion capture in medicine is vast and exciting because it can quantify how a person moves without the need to attach electronic markers or other equipment to the body.
Obviously, things like Tin Tin were filmed using motion capture, but you're also seeing a lot more motion capture in advertising at the minute, and people are starting to be aware of it a bit more.