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A new technique is introduced to abstract and edit motion capture data with spatial constraints. Spatial proximities of end-effectors with tagged objects during zero-crossings in acceleration are used to isolate significant events and abstract constraints from an agent's action. The abstracted data is edited and applied to another agent of a different anthropometric size and similar action is executed while maintaining the constraints. This technique is specifically useful for actions involving interactions of a human agent with itself and other objects.
Badler, N. I., & Bindiganavale, R. (1998). Motion Abstraction and Mapping with Spatial Constraints. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/hms/43
Date Posted: 18 July 2007
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