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Further Research Accolade for Dr Steffi Colyer and Dr Aki Salo
CAMERA Commissioned by Aardman for 11-11: MEMORIES RETOLD - Camera

CAMERA Commissioned by Aardman for 11-11: MEMORIES RETOLD

CAMERA were honoured to be commissioned by Aardman  to provide motion capture for 11-11: Memories Retold. Aardman have collaborated with BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe and DigixArt to create 11-11: MEMORIES RETOLD, a story-driven narrative adventure set during World War I with a unique painted style that plans to deliver an entertaining experience unlike anything before...

Two new sports biomechanics papers published - Camera

Two new sports biomechanics papers published

We have two new papers recently published. How sprinters accelerate beyond the velocity plateau of soccer players: Waveform analysis of ground reaction forces The forces applied to the ground during sprinting (as well as aerodynamic drag) directly determine an athlete’s acceleration, which is clearly important to many athletics events, but is also fundamental in many...

Bath Digital Festival - Camera

Bath Digital Festival

CAMERA Head of Studio will be describing our beautiful work with REWIND for The Welsh National Opera on Friday 26th October as part of the Bath Digital Festival. Martin Parsons faced some unusual challenges in capturing Soprano Karah Son’s performance.

Paper presented at ECCV 2018 - Camera

Paper presented at ECCV 2018

CAMERA was delighted to present HandMap: Robust Hand Pose Estimation via Intermediate Dense Guidance Map Supervision at ECCV 2018. This work presents a novel hand pose estimation framework via intermediate dense guidance map supervision.

Paper Accepted to CHI Play 2018 - Camera

Paper Accepted to CHI Play 2018

We are delighted that Dr Daniel Finnegan and Prof Eamonn O’Neill have a paper and demo accepted to CHI Play 2018! This work is the result of an ongoing collaboration with colleagues in University of Bath and Bath Spa University.

New opportunities to work within CAMERA - Camera

New opportunities to work within CAMERA

We are excited to be recruiting for several new positions within CAMERA. We are looking for a Research Associate in Visual Computing and Machine Learning and also for current students to join our new CAMERA Student Motion Capture Technician Team.