Motion Capture

Night of the Living Dead Gets a 3D Animation Reboot

Mon, 05/12/2014 - 11:01 -- Nick Dager

With a seemingly unquenchable appetite for zombie movies, movie-goers will get their fill in 2014 with Night of the Living Dead: Origins 3D, a 3D animated reboot of the original 1968 horror classic. The film features visual effects from The Graphics Film Company, which relied on the iPi Soft iPi Motion Capture markerless motion capture software solution. The software’s ability to easily create massive amounts of zombie action and seamlessly integrate it with the studio’s complex workflow, provided the filmmakers limitless creative freedom

iPi Soft Used to Create Stalingrad Crowds

Fri, 04/25/2014 - 11:50 -- Nick Dager

The Battle of Stalingrad, among the bloodiest and arguably one of the most strategically decisive battles in all of World War II, is vividly brought to life in Stalingrad. The recently released Russian-produced epic film effectively used iPi Soft iPi Motion Capture on numerous crowd simulation sequences created by the Moscow-based visual effects studio Main RoadIPost.

The Boy and His Robot First Film to use iPi Soft Motion Capture

Thu, 02/06/2014 - 12:36 -- Nick Dager

iPi Soft’s markerless iPi Motion Capture technology was used to capture all the motion in the live-action mecha feature film The Boy and His Robot. Directed by Rich Ho, founder of Singapore-based Richmanclub Studios, the film marks the first time iPi Motion Capture’s six Sony PS Eye gaming webcams set up was used for main actors and robot action, proprietary crowd simulation and more.

Capture Lab Increases the Size of its Motion Capture Stage

Tue, 12/10/2013 - 14:53 -- Nick Dager

Enabled by a recent upgrade to Vicon’s Blade 2.5 motion capture software, The Capture Lab has more than doubled the size of its motion capture volume to create the largest entertainment capture stage in the world. The increased functionality of Blade 2.5 allows The Capture Lab to deploy 128 Vicon cameras, covering a 50-foot by 130-foot by 15-foot volume, through one aggregated system.

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