IKinemaのOrionはお手頃価格のリアルタイムモーションキャプチャシステムです。 全バーチャルコンテンツの制作者は、Orionを使うことによって現実と仮想の体を正確に同期する事が出来ますので、 ユーザーは仮想環境の中でもより一層高いリアリズムを体験する事が出来ます。
All virtual content creators now empowered with affordable real-time motion capture technology, IKinema Orion; users achieve accurately synced physical and virtual bodies, to experience higher realism inside virtual worlds during multi-site team collaborations
Meet IKinema and other industry experts at this free evening networking expo showcasing the successes of the games industry in and around Guildford. Snapshot of the future with R&D expo. Weds 5 July @ U. Surrey
IKinema on Motion Capture
Snapshot of what to expect: Be blown away by our demo of IKinema Orion, our high-end motion capture solution; we cover how a multi-million pound industry is making its way to our homes.
We were proud to be invited as an Industry Speaker to this year’s The Motion Capture Summit in June where we showed off our Orion and LiveAction software. Co-hosted by MoCap specialists Centroid Studios, The Mocap Vaults, and Faceware Technologies, the event was crammed with demonstrations led by a team of industry veterans and technology specialists, all held under one roof at London’s famous, Shepperton Studios.
Our team is experimenting with the technology now to bring our events to life. See the new trackers in action for our marquee events, starting with a performance by Broadway star, Lesli Margherita. At the moment, only our team members and marquee partners will be able to use the technology, but we hope to make it possible for users to join the fun soon.
Draw Me Close Uses VR, Props, And Performance To Evoke Childhood
There is a multitude of scientific studies on how complex memory is. How audio, smell, even taste, can take you back somewhere. That is to say, sensory immersion can help stir recollections and feelings of that past. What better way to immerse yourself and stir up emotions than with an immersive medium like virtual reality?
‘Draw Me Close’ promises to provide a first of its kind immersive experience during its world premiere at Tribeca Film Festival
Launching on 21 April at Tribeca Film Festival’s Storyscapes, Draw Me Close blurs the worlds of live performance, virtual reality and animation to create a vivid memoir about the relationship between a mother and her son in the wake of her terminal-cancer diagnosis. Weaving theatrical storytelling with cutting-edge technology, the project takes a deceptively simple and humanistic approach to the immersive medium: it allows the audience member to experience life as a five-year-old Jordan, inside a live, animated world.
The Tribeca Film Festival, opening this week in New York, is promoting virtual reality (VR) as never before. And next month the Cannes Film Festival has announced it’s to show its first big VR attraction. So is 2017 the year virtual reality film-makers finally hit the big time?