nobumichi asai applies electronic make-up using face tracking CGI
 
nobumichi asai applies electronic make-up using face tracking CGI nobumichi asai applies electronic make-up using face tracking CGI
aug 19, 2014

nobumichi asai applies electronic make-up using face tracking CGI

nobumichi asai applies electronic make-up using real-time face tracking CGI

 

 

 

like something straight out of a sci-fi film, CGI expert nobumichi asai and a team of creative developers and directors developed ‘omote’, a real-time face tracking & projection installation. using state-of-the-art technology, the visual mapping concept transforms a model’s face into mesmerizing patterns with an electronic equivalent of make-up. in the initial stages of the process, a 3D laser scans and creates a three dimensional facial replica with pin-point accuracy, complete with detailed surfaces and contours. a selection of animated graphics are then layered on the face and manipulated by the artist in real-time. later this august, ‘omote’ will be showcased in front of a live audience in japan, where visitors can experience the concept first hand.

 

 

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facial surface models created by the 3D laser scanner

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