[Bf-committers] Facial capture guest

Keir Mierle mierle at gmail.com
Sun Apr 14 05:49:42 CEST 2013

It should be possible to track a few markers in realtime with the planar
tracker in blender now. There are many nobs to tweak  that trade off time
for accuracy. With that said, even the default settings will work realtime
now on reasonable hardware.

There are also a few straightforward code changes that could be made to
speed things up (again trading accuracy).

On Sat, Apr 13, 2013 at 6:33 PM, Emilio Riquelme / Diseñador Multimedia <
emilioriquelme at gmail.com> wrote:

> I had come from a motion capture demostration in Buenos Aires perform by my
> studio. I am starting to realize how important is to get tracking
> algorithms works in real time, in order to become this face rig prototype
> into a profesional animation tool. (thread:
> http://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?283637-Face-capture-test/page4
> )
>  I'll explain:
> * imagine you can make your take and check it out after the shot, you may
> get a whole animation take with the possibility of testing the facial
> acting just after your actor performed the action or while doing it. It
> could save a lot of time in animation pipeline.
> Let me know your criteria about this subject, guys, I actually think this
> could be something BIG in the animation industry. Respectully.
> Emilio
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> Emilio Riquelme, Licenciado en Diseño Gráfico, Diseñador Multimedia.
> http://www.emilioriquelme.com.ar
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