An animation studio has devised a new way to motion capture horses for video games.
Will life-like skin movement rescue digital characters from the uncanny valley once and for all?
Dancer Shiho Tanaka transforms into a writhing cloud of data.
Electronic musician Corin’s body movements get transposed into a crumbling and dancing building in the music video for "Vexations."
French artists Paul Marlier and Jeanne Morel teamed up with French space agency CNES to materialize a dance performance inside Novespace’s parabolic flight, Air Zero G.
How one of the most infamous TV shows of all time—one apparently cancelled in the middle of its first episode—gave viewers a very early look at motion capture technology.
A new production of Shakespeare’s play uses new technology to wow new audiences.
Elegant silver, gold, and varnished wood get up and groove in Esteban Diánoco's mesmerizing animations.
Taylor Kurosaki, Narrative Director of 'Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare,' gives us the skinny on the job and working with Jon Snow himself.
The tech is a big step toward some pretty wild innovations, like remotely attending a live concert or sporting event in full 3D.
British Artist Ed Atkins has created a rambling, bald figure from the motion recordings of 130 people.
Montreal-based studio, Iregular, gives audiences a chance to dance with the shadows of synthetic moonlight.