FARNHAM, UK, 13 November 2018 – IKINEMA, the world leader in real-time whole body solving animation technologies, announce today their attendance for the third year at G-Star 2018, Korea’s Global Game Exhibition, Busan in November. IKINEMA invites game developers to visit their booth for live demonstrations and one-to-one meetings.
Creators of next-gen games and VR experiences power up with fully optimised software plus enhanced toolsets to deliver incredible immersion and realism.
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Over two and a half years after the launch of consumer-grade VR headsets, my favorite thing to do in VR is still to stand side-by-side, with a friend, while fighting enemies. Whether it be a tactical military shooter like Firewall Zero Hour, a pirate-themed adventure in Rec Room, or a tense arcade-style bullet hell shooter like Evasion, all VR is better with friends.
TOKYO GAME SHOW is in a few days time and Team IKINEMA are showing off the best of RunTime for game development. Book an exclusive meeting, and/or drop by the IKINEMA booth for demonstrations and discussions.
FARNHAM, UK, 7 August 2018 – Today, IKINEMA announce their attendance at this years’ SIGGRAPH 2018 Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia. IKINEMA’s quality real-time animation solutions harnessed for its natural character motion and whole-body immersion, is set for showcase by top clients and technology partners during live sessions and discussions. Attendees will discover new approaches for whole body motion capture, as well as innovative live character performance techniques used in virtual production, virtual reality, and mixed reality pipelines.
ANIMATION TECHNICS IN UNREAL ENGINE: BRINGING YOUR CHARACTERS TO LIFE WITH REALTIME PUPPETEERING
PREMIUM SESSION | 5TH JUNE | ROOM 512 A | 2:30PM – 3:30PM
IKinema has released Orion 1.0, its low-cost full-body motion-capture system based around the HTC Vive.
POST PRODUCTION: IKINEMA ACTION
Graham Qually, best known for his work on the Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry games, evaluates the evolution of motion capture
Way before motion capture (mocap) was implemented in video games, life science realms used it in the 1970s to photogrammetrically track and analyse gait. Fast forward 40 years, and we’re seeing the tech-scape changing in countless ways.