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>>538998

So so. A little jittery so you have to decimate the keyframes.
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>>538998
use IPIsoft with Kinect and its all good.
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>>539012
This

But use the one you have pictured
>I used a set up with 2 of the 1st gen Kinects and 3 PS3 moves(one on the head two in hands)
It was fine in terms of quality but I didn't have ANY animation skills back then so I couldn't clean my captures up
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>>539012
IPIsoft while good takes way too much time and space to setup right. You can use 4-6 PS Eye's for best results. And Kinect mocap is mostly crap. The second you put your arms in front of your body the software you use with Kinect will spaz out like crazy.

If you are really serious about doing mocap then it's best to invest in a sensor suit like Perception Neuron. They run from $999 for an 18 sensor suit to $1,499 for a 32 sensor suit that lets you do finger motion capture. I got my 32 sensor suit for $1,299 with an academic discount. Seems they don't do academic discounts anymore though.



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