How Motion Capture Works in Video Games

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    From the PS5 to the Xbox Series X and PC the world’s best video games and now even Hollywood blockbusters are all using motion capture to create believable performances across the ever-growing world of digital entertainment.

    We have all seen the funny suits and the memes but have you ever stopped to think about how motion capture actually works?

    In today’s video, we are doing a very brief and basic breakdown of how motion capture techniques are used to make some of your favorite scenes from games and movies alike.

    We have reduced this down quite a bit so feel free to share any extra insight or resources in the comments below.

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