Planning human walk in virtual environments

  title={Planning human walk in virtual environments},
  author={Julien Pettr{\'e} and Thierry Sim{\'e}on and Jean-Paul Laumond},
This paper presents a method for animating human characters, especially dedicated to walk planning problems. The method is integrated in a randomized motion planning scheme, including a steering method dedicated to human walk. This steering method integrates a character motion controller assuming realistic animations. The navigation of the character through a virtual environment is modeled as a composition of Bézier curves. The controller is based on motion capture data editing techniques. This… CONTINUE READING
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