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Animation Techniques
Wednesday, 15 August
10:30 am - 12:15 pm
Room 403


Session Chair
Dena Slothower
Stanford University


Human Motion Signatures for Character Animation
M. Alex O. Vasilescu
University of Toronto
Department of Computer Science
10 Kings College Road
Toronto, Ontario, M5S 3G4 Canada
alexv@cs.toronto.edu

Separation of human motion data into elemental compo-nents, including a "motion signature" that reflects an individual's distinctive move-ment pattern, and novel recombination for graphical character animation.


Decomposing Animation Into BlendShapes
J.P. Lewis
OHP
501 Glenoaks Boulevard, Suite 656
Glendale, California 91202 USA

Mathematical considerations for a system that decomposes data such as performance capture into editable localized blendshapes.


The Animator-Oriented Motion Generator, Animanium, Based on a Humanoid Robots-Control Algorithm
Hirotaka Imagawa
SEGA Corporation
1-2-12, Haneda, Ohta-ku
Tokyo 144-8531 JAPAN
imosan@soj.sega.co.jp

New software that provides a useful and comprehensive environment for editing and generating motion of human characters.


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