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Animation réaliste d’une caméra pour la stop motion : de la modélisation à la prise de vue

Abstract : The article presents a new system that allows to create realistic camera movements for a stop motion animation. The system improves traditional 3D software animation programs (for example Maya and 3D Studio Max) for creating stop motion camera movements by using a haptic interface. After describing the whole system, we explain in detail the mathematical processing to obtain different camera movements by using a haptic interface for motion capture. The recorded haptic positions, once elaborated, are exported, frame by frame, to the motion control software, which allows to calibrate the motion control robot, to control the camera settings and, finally, to execute the sequences. A class of students of the "Art plastiques et Création numérique" Master of the University of Valenciennes evaluated the system.
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Laura Saini, Gudrun Albrecht, Nicolas Lissarrague, Lucia Romani. Animation réaliste d’une caméra pour la stop motion : de la modélisation à la prise de vue. Revue Electronique Francophone d'Informatique Graphique, Association Française d'Informatique Graphique, 2013, 7 (1), pp.51-65. ⟨hal-03184668⟩

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