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Proceedings Motion Analysis in Video: Dolls, Dynamic Cues and Modern Art

Author(s): John P. Collomosse, Peter M. Hall.
Proceedings: 2nd International Conference on Vision, Video and Graphics (VVG '05), pp. 109--116, July, 2005.
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This paper addresses the problem of synthesising animations from video clips; in particular emphasising the motion of tracked objects. We introduce "dynamic cues" as a class of motion emphasis cue, encompassing traditional animation techniques such as anticipation and exaggeration. We present methods for automatically synthesising such cues within video premised upon the recovery of articulated figures, and the subsequent manipulation of the recovered pose trajectories. Additionally, we apply our motion emphasis framework to emulate artwork in the Futurist style, popularised by Duchamp.

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