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FAQ

Questions Answered At a Glance

Q. How is the data motion captured in your Lab?

We have a Phasespace Impulse X2 motion capture system consisting of 8 double array cameras that are able to capture 3D motion using modulated LEDs. These cameras contain a pair of linear scanner arrays operating at high frequency (480Hz) each of which can capture the position of any number of bright spots of light as generated by the LEDs. Motions are captured in a working volume of approximately 4m x 6m. The capture subject wears a mocap suit of 38 markers and a stylish black garment.

Q. Which formats do you use in your Lab?

Video format: Dance recording using an HD camera. Data saved in .MP4 (MPEG-4 part 10 H.264) or .FLV (flash) format. C3D format: stored 3D coordinate information, analog data and associated information as it is recorded from the motion capture system. Actor (.FBX) format: the motion of the performer is saved as an actor. Any virtual character (avatar) can be incorporated to perform the dance. This format is compatible with Adobe MotionBuilder, 3Ds Max, Maya, Unity3D etc. Character (.FBX) format: A virtual character has been incorporated to the actor. The character cannot be removed. This format is compatible with Adobe MotionBuilder, 3Ds Max, Maya, Unity3D etc. .RPD format: The PhaseSpace .RPD format that is stored 3D coordinate information, analog data and associated information (including cameras, rigid bodies etc) as it is recorded from the motion caprue system. The .RPD files are available upon request.