Digital Media World covers IKINEMA LiveAction

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 designed a virtual production workflow to use on set that combines its own camera tracking system StarTrackerVFX with live motion capture, a real-time game engine and ray-tracing render software. The resulting system makes it possible to visualise 3D scenes built in a game engine composited with 2D green screen elements, or 3D characters animated with motion capture data, with a high level of accuracy.

TED Talk: Digital Domain Delivers Realtime Digital Human

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Digital human. Virtual character. Virtual assistant. VTuber. Terms fast evolving the mind-set for interactions of the digital age. Communicating with digital replicas of ourselves, loved ones from afar or with virtual assistants will soon become mainstream within our personal and professional lives. However, significant criteria that is required to achieve hyper-realism are the infinite intricacies found within facial and body movements – the non-verbal cues that can make or break believability and engagement between us and ‘them’.

Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire uses IKinema full body tracking to ensure users in the experience have a believable and realistic experience

MWM Immersive Brings Live VR Theatre Experience Chained: A Victorian Nightmare To New York

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Just before Christmas last year VRFocus reported on MWM Immersive (VR and AR division of Madison Wells Media) creating a spine-tingling version of Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol as a live theatrical virtual reality (VR) experience called Chained: A Victorian Nightmare in Los Angeles. Today, the studio has announced a partnership with real-time body animation specialist IKINEMA, alongside bringing the piece to New York City.

IKINEMA, MWM Immersive Bring ‘Chained: A Victorian Nightmare’ VR to NYC

U.K.-based real-time whole body solving animation specialist IKINEMA has teamed up with the VR/AR veterans at MWM Immersive to help bring their latest virtual reality experience Chained: A Victorian Nightmare to audiences. Created by Justin Denton in collaboration with Aaron Sims Creative and Here Be dragons, the immersive work is a bone-chilling adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
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