Motion control for realistic walking behavior using inverse kinematics
Proceedings of 3DTV-CON
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This study presents an interactive hierarchical motion control system for the animation of human figure locomotion. The articulated figure animation system creates movements using motion control techniques at different levels, like goal-directed motion and walking. Inverse Kinematics using Analytical Methods (IKAN) software, developed at the University of Pennsylvania, is utilized for controlling the motion of the articulated body. © 2007 IEEE.
KeywordsArticulated figure animation
Articulated figure animation
Motion control systems
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/3DTV.2007.4379462
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