UCSIM SERVICES | Animations & Motion Capture
Animations & Motion Capture Services
The UCSIM | Center for Simulations & Virtual Environments Research provides immersive technology application development for research, scientific collaboration, and higher education, including specialized animations and motion capture for use in computer simulations, virtual and augmented reality applications, and “serious games.
Animations bring a virtual scene to life. Capture specialized motions for characters, avatars, and gesture controlled computing.
- Professional development team with technical expertise in augmented and virtual reality applications, computer simulations, 3D modeling, animation and motion capture, UX/UI, and instructional design.
- User-centered design process ensures specialized simulations and virtual scenarios meet your technical specifications, interaction requirements, and aesthetic preferences, including degree of realism desired.
- Delivery of content via multiple platforms, including:
- web – Chrome, Firefox, Safari
- desktop – Windows, Mac
- mobile device – Android, iOS
- virtual reality – Google Cardboard, GearVR, OSVR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive
- gaming consoles – Xbox, Playstation
Request Animation or Motion Capture services, or for more information, please call us at (513) 556-8562 or email email@example.com.
Collaboration with Cincinnati Children’s
Sports Medicine Human Performance Laboratory
The UCSIM | Center for Simulations & Virtual Environments Research partners with the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) Sports Medicine Human Performance Laboratory, and their TEAM VR staff (Training Enhancement and Analysis of Movement Virtual Reality), to develop virtual sporting arenas and fully immersive sports game-play scenarios to explore the use of virtual reality in identifying risk factors for injury prevention and developing targeted biomechanical injury prevention techniques.
The Sports Medicine Human Performance Laboratory opened a new state-of-the-art motion capture and virtual reality facility called SPORTS Center in 2015, using software developed by UCSIM for fully immersive virtual reality integration with custom Head-Mounted-Displays (HMDs) and Motion Analysis’ Cortex motion capture software.