Motion-capture without the markers


Special effects that use the movement of real actors to animate digital characters were once the preserve of movie studios with multimillion-dollar budgets. Now a new motion-capture technology could allow even low-budget film-makers to use sophisticated animation. Existing vision-processing software captures an actor’s movements by tracking the path of visible markers placed all over their body. But it can lose track of them, creating errors that have to be corrected manually. “This contributes significantly to production costs,” says Christian Theobalt of Stanford University in Palo Alto. Attempts to capture motion without using markers have so far produced inaccurate results,
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