Press Release on Carnegie Mellon News

| August 21, 2012

Our joint research project with Iain Matthews at Disney Research Pittsburgh and Yaser Sheikh and Tomas Simon at Carnegie Mellon University is covered by Carnegie Mellon News. To quote from the press release:

Computer graphic artists who produce computer-animated movies and games spend much time creating subtle movements such as expressions on faces, gesticulations on bodies and the draping of clothes. A new way of modeling these dynamic objects, developed by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, Disney Research, Pittsburgh, and the LUMS School of Science and Engineering in Pakistan, could greatly simplify this editing process.

This work appeared in ACM Transactions on Graphics in April 2012 and was presented at Siggraph 2012 this August.


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