The creators of the experimental project "Asphyxia" were able to digitize the individual dancer's movements, turning them into an incredibly beautiful dance, reproduced using a computer model.
The Asphyxia Experimental Project was created by Maria Takeuchi and Frederico Philipps to study human movements using motion capture technology. This technology is now often used in the creation of computer special effects and cartoons. Using a pair of inexpensive Xbox One Kinect sensors, the authors of the project digitized the movements of dancer Shiho Tanaka. The data processed on a computer was combined with music, resulting in an incredibly beautiful and mesmerizing dance.
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