SCA 16: Posters
Zurich, Switzerland | July 2016
Efficient Storyboarding in 3D Game Engines
Creating a Realistic Face Image from a Cartoon Character
Sketch-Based Per-Frame Inverse Kinematics
Data-driven Finger Motion Synthesis with Interactions
A Choreographic Authoring System for Character Dance Animation Reflecting a User's Preference
Friction Sound Synthesis of Deformable Objects based on Adhesion Theory
(The Eurographics Association, 2016)Friction sound is one of the closest sounds for us in any situations. Most of those sounds are created by Foley artists in computer animations. However, synthesizing sounds in all scenes need technical skills and take high ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2016)We propose a new system for constructing character dance animation by considering animator's preferences. First, a user of the proposed system assigns a preferred motion, obtained through a searching algorithm, to arbitrary ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2016)We present a method that uses a sketch-based interface in conjunction with a parallelized per-frame inverse kinematics (Parallel- PFIK) method for the purpose of motion editing. The artist creates and edits 3D constraints ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2016)The film and video-game industries' rapidly increasing demand for realistic virtual characters is pushing for the development of fast and efficient character animation techniques. The use of motion capture has become an ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2016)We propose a method of creating a realistic face image from a 2D non-realistic character such as a cartoon. Our system allows us to create a high quality face image that is applicable for some application such as 3D character ...
(The Eurographics Association, 2016)Getting an accurate match between initial storyboards and the 3D layout is difficult, given today's reality of multi-site productions. While big studios have the luxury of re-iterating over the 3D layout of a shot, smaller ...
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