Tagged With: Xsens MVN
The Imaginarium Studios partners with the Royal Shakespeare Company to create a digital avatar projected in real-time utilizing Xsens motion capture technology.
Innovative visual sculpture piece to be shown for first time in the U.S. at SIGGRAPH 2015 alongside presentations from Autodesk, Dynamixyz, Morph3d and Unity.
Hsin-Chien Huang’s performance art piece creates visual sculptures from dancer movements with 3D printed keepsakes made from motion capture data.
Lightweight inertial capture suits allow production company MRC to lay down Ted’s performance live on set.
With new systems already in production, famed VFX studio can quickly source production-ready mocap data anywhere.
Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts showcases the new Xsens MVN motion capture system live on the show floor at CTN 2014.
New wearable motion capture product line delivers fast, production-ready 3D data to professional animators at a more affordable price.