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Tuesday, August 19, 2014
What Nobumichi Asai, his character Filmprodu * cent and technical director, , has a true revolution in theater, musicals, film and television could be. The Japanese has the so-called ‘Projection Mapping’- technology * Omoti developed, which using for example the appearance of actors within a few seconds can be changed. Pretty handy if you keep in mind how often the actors usually have to leave the stage to visually take on a new role
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In the following video you can see how a woman’s face is captured by video mapping and motion capture and then painted using the “digital make-up” . Especially amazing is how accurate the “Projection Mapping” works, although the model even moves his head.
OMOTE / REAL-TIME FACE TRACKING & amp; PROJECTION MAPPING. . something wonderful from on Vimeo
boundaries, there are virtually no in the design: From regular makeup such as foundation, eye shadow or eyeliner also all imaginable other animations are projected onto the face. We’re totally fascinated by “Omoti” and can not see us enough of the effects.