Inspired by motion capture technology, the MOCAP bamboo clock creates an optical illusion when you walk around it.
The Lynx A is a tablet-shaped device that can be used for scene modeling, object modeling, and motion capture.
Artist Evan Roth studies the strokes and movements street artists make and builds 3D models.
The Motion Copy System can identify and store complex brush strokes, enabling a robot to reproduce them as if it were a human.
A research project from Birmingham City University gives the wearer feedback about their position and highlights movement errors.
A design and advertising firm has created a 360-degree interior dome-display that aims to provide a full sense of visual immersion.
A Japanese humanoid cellphone presents an alternative vision of how our conversations will be mediated in the future.
Core 77 explores the possible every day uses of motion capture technology and digitization.