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Published on Feb 10, 2011
Date: 2011 Lab: VRLAB - EPFL URL: iig.epfl.ch vrlab.epfl.ch Researchers: Schubert de Carvalho, Ronan Boulic Description:We introduce a novel method for interactive human motion editing. Our main contribution is the development of a Low-dimensional Prioritized Inverse Kinematics (LPIK) technique that handles user constraints within a low-dimensional motion space - also known as the latent space. Our technique is based on the mathematical connections between linear motion models such as Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and Prioritized Inverse Kinematics (PIK). Furthermore, two strategies to impose motion continuity based on PCA are introduced.