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How can I reproduce the MatchMoving/MotionTracking technique from Just Dance?

I'm a software engineer student with a big projet idea but low graphic knowledge. My goal is to compare two people dancing. One person would be the teacher with perfect moves and the other would be a ...
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Why MOCAP data don't use simple point coordinates?

This might sound stupid for you but I really don't know how it works in the domain of 3d animation and motion capture, but I need to work with ASF/AMC files at the moment and I find it a little bit ...
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What is a nonrigid motion?

Can you explain me what a nonrigid motion is? In German it would be a "unbewegliche Bewegung" but I think it has to be translated in a different way. I could imagine that it means something like the ...
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Mirroring avatar

I have a skeleton (in asf/amc format), from CMU's mocap database. I'm using python, no libraries yet. (Blender in python mode doesn't work properly for this, as far as I know.) I want to mirror the ...
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Coordinate system transformation in motion capture files

I am trying to align two motion capture files from different sources. The motion capture file consist of a skeleton specified as a hierarchy of joints. Each joint i.e. "shoulder" has three pieces of ...
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Ray Transformation to Object Space for Motion Blur

My raytracer supports a wide variety of objects. To intersect them, I use the standard technique of transforming rays into object-space. This works fantastically until I add motion blur. I model ...
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How to ignore rain or smaller objects movements in motion detection? [closed]

I first read Alan's answer about video noise removal which lead me to this question. I found later some algorithms ideas which capture motion in a similar way (frame comparison, as Alan described). ...