Motion capture and the future of virtual production
Carter, Chris P., Van Opdenbosch, Paul, Bennett, Joel, & Mohr, Steven (2013) Motion capture and the future of virtual production. In Ignite13! Creative Industries Postgraduate Research Conference, 3rd October 2013, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD. (Unpublished)
Motion capture continues to be adopted across a range of creative fields including, animation, games, visual effects, dance, live theatre and the visual arts. This panel will discuss and showcase the use of motion capture across these creative fields and consider the future of virtual production in the creative industries.
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