Full-body performance animation with Sequential Inverse Kinematics

  title={Full-body performance animation with Sequential Inverse Kinematics},
  author={Luis Unzueta and Manuel Peinado and Ronan Boulic and Angel Suescun},
  journal={Graphical Models},
In this paper, we present an analytic-iterative Inverse Kinematics (IK) method, called Sequential IK (SIK), that reconstructs 3D human full-body movements in real time. The input data for the reconstruction is the least possible (i.e., the positions of wrists, ankles, head and pelvis) in order to be usable within a low-cost human motion capture system that would track only these six features. The performance of our approach is compared to other well-known IK methods in reconstruction quality… CONTINUE READING
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