“Motion stylization using a timing control method” by Tateno, Xin and Konma

  • ©Kei Tateno, Wei Xin, and Toshihiro Konma

  • ©Kei Tateno, Wei Xin, and Toshihiro Konma

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    Motion stylization using a timing control method

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    The purpose of this research is to propose a method of motion stylization using a timing control method. Our final goal is to make cartoon–like 2D animation from 3D animation data. Hatsuyama [1] and Koie[2] introduced methods to exaggerate motion, but their methods don’t deal with all the exaggerated expressions. Therefore, we propose a method that could handle all these expressions together. Furthermore, our method can extract key-frames from motion capture data, and 2D robot-like motion and character motion could be made based on key-frames extracted from motion capture data.  

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    1. Hatsuyama K., Kondo K. “Motion emphasis method for 3D character animation”, The 64th National Convention of IPSJ, vol.4 pp.847–848, (2002)
    2. Koie Y., Kondo K. and Konma T. “Motion Emphasis Filter for Making Mental Motion of 3D Characters”, Siggraph 2004 Sketches (2004)
    3. Xin W., Kondo K., Tateno T., Konma T. “Key Pose Extraction Method from Motion Capture Data”, ADADA 2005 proceedings, pp. 92–93, (2005)
    4. Obayashi S., Kondo K. and Konma T. “Non-Photorealistic Motion Blur for 3D Animation”, Siggraph 2005 Sketches(2005)


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