Handrix: animating the human hand

@inproceedings{ElKoura2003HandrixAT,
  title={Handrix: animating the human hand},
  author={George ElKoura and Karan Singh},
  booktitle={Symposium on Computer Animation},
  year={2003}
}
The human hand is a complex organ capable of both gross grasp and fine motor skills. Despite many successful high-level skeletal control techniques, animating realistic hand motion remains tedious and challenging. This paper presents research motivated by the complex finger positioning required to play musical instruments, such as the guitar. We first describe a data driven algorithm to add sympathetic finger motion to arbitrarily animated hands. We then present a procedural algorithm to… CONTINUE READING

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