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CAPTECH
1998
Springer
13 years 9 months ago
Local and Global Skeleton Fitting Techniques for Optical Motion Capture
Identifying a precise anatomic skeleton is important in order to ensure high quality motion capture. In this paper we discuss two skeleton fitting techniques based on 3D optical ma...
Marius-Calin Silaghi, Ralf Plänkers, Ronan Bo...
CVGIP
2006
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13 years 5 months ago
Breathe easy: Model and control of human respiration for computer animation
In this paper, we detail an anatomically inspired, physically based model of the human torso designed for the visual simulation of respiration using a mixed system of rigid and de...
Victor B. Zordan, Bhrigu Celly, Bill Yuan-chi Chiu...
KBSE
2003
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
Specification and Synthesis of Hybrid Automata for Physics-Based Animation
Physics-based animation programs can often be modeled in terms of hybrid automata. A hybrid automaton includes both discrete and continuous dynamical variables. The discrete varia...
Thomas Ellman
CA
1999
IEEE
13 years 9 months ago
Skin Aging Estimation by Facial Simulation
We propose a layered facial simulation model for skin aging with wrinkles, which includes muscle, connective tissue and skin layer. Our aim is to simulate relevant facial animatio...
Yin Wu, Pierre Beylot, Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann
TVCG
2011
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13 years 9 days ago
Scan-Based Volume Animation Driven by Locally Adaptive Articulated Registrations
—This paper describes a complete system to create anatomically accurate example-based volume deformation and animation of articulated body regions, starting from multiple in vivo...
Taehyun Rhee, John P. Lewis, Ulrich Neumann, Krish...