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Feature Tracking for Mesh-Based Performance Capture

  • Edilson de Aguiar
Part of the Cognitive Systems Monographs book series (COSMOS, volume 5)

Abstract

In this chapter, we propose our second performance capture framework. First, a robust method to track 3D trajectories of features on a moving subject recorded with multiple cameras is described. Thereafter, by combining the 3D trajectories with a mesh deformation scheme, the performance of a moving actor is captured and the high-quality scanned model can be directly animated such that it mimics the subject’s motion.

Keywords

Scale Invariant Feature Transform Camera View Feature Tracking Performance Capture Feature Trajectory 
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