The NYU Movement Group ("a new incarnation of the former Stanford Movement Group") is "dedicated to the analysis and animation of all forms of human movement." They describe their research as a program that is "at the boundary between computer science, dance, performance art, animation, medical research, and other uses of motion capture technology." Images and brief overviews provide additional information on their projects. For example, the Facial Expressions project posts a video that demonstrates an animated reconstruction of a spoken sequence using a factorization model. The publications page offers more detailed information on their research and innovations.
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