MOCAP

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MOCAPMotion Capture
MOCAPMedical On-Call Availability Program (Canada)
MOCAPMissouri Civil Air Patrol
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Dr James Shippen, biomechanics expert from Coventry University's Centre for Mobility and Transport, said: "We're enormously excited to be working with the RHS to bring our motion capture technology to the Chelsea Flower Show.
The 3D motion capture systems market has been classified into optical and non-optical based on the system type.
The Faceware Facial Motion Capture product line, which is now in use in six continents, consists of the Faceware Headcam kits and systems; Faceware Analyzer, which allows clients to analyze and process performance videos automatically with little to no user input; Faceware Retargeter, a Autodesk plug-in which allows users to create facial motion capture data at a much faster rate than traditional methods; and Faceware Live, which converts live video into facial animation and applies that to characters in real time.
He revealed in the same interview with Empire that he helped the actor hone his performance as the angry green giant during the motion capture.
Watch a rerun of Tintin or Avatar if you really dig motion capture.
He is among a group of Hollywood professionals exploring the cutting-edge of virtual filmmaking techniques including virtual sets, motion capture, Simulcam and the like.
Traditional motion capture technology works by attaching markers to a subject's skin or clothing and tracking him or her as the individual moves.
But he believes its motion capture service is a hook that could prick up the ears of companies around the region.
A little more than a year ago, SAG brought in "Avatar" producer-director James Cameron and producing partner Jon Landau to explain the impact of motion capture technology during negotiations with AMPTP.
After appearing in the first film in the triology, The Fellowship of the Ring, Serkis went on to play King Kong, also using motion capture technology, in Jackson's 2005 remake.
A partnership between motion capture company Animazoo, and software specialist aXtion is expected to help doctors and physiotherapists make a more accurate diagnosis of patients with injuries or posture problems.