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We are moving in 3D motion sculptures on the floor. Ours is a 3D art-aware fashion model. Physically or physically print it. Our design interface, for example, by selecting materials and lighting conditions.

This is a 3D-aware image-based rendering process. It makes it possible for you to use your video card.

It is difficult to understand how to live over time. We’ve recognized that our visualizations are more useful than space-time visualization methods.

Our MoSculp system transforms into a motion sculpture, i.e. Our motion sculptures can be virtually rented in a synthetic scene (c), and physically 3D printed (d). Users can interactively customize their design, e.g., by changing the sculpture material and lighting. Paper

MoSculp: Interactive Visualization of Shape and Time
Xiuming Zhang, Tali Dekel, Tianfan Xue, Andrew Owens, Qiurui He, Jiajun Wu, Stefanie Mueller, William T. Freeman
ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) 2018
[paper (hi-res)] [paper (arXiv)] [supplemental (coming soon ...)] BibTeX @inproceedings {zhang2018mosculp, author = {Zhang, Xiuming & Dekel, Tali & Xue, Tianfan & Owens, Andrew & He, Qiurui & Wu, Jiajun & Mueller, Stefanie, & Freeman, William T.}, title = {{MoSculp: Interactive Visualization of the Shape and Time}}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 31st Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface}, series = {UIST '18}, year = {2018}, location = {Berlin , Germany}, publisher = {ACM}, address = {New York, NY, USA}} GitHub repo. (coming soon ...) Videos Supplemental Video
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Courtesy of Tom Buehler (MIT CSAIL) Example Results

Our motion sculptures can be embedded in a synthetic scene. Note that the depth ordering between the moving human and the sculpture is preserved. Customizing Rendering of Motion Sculptures

In the following example, you can customize your mouse over the desired sculpture material. Our user interface (linked above) allows further customization, such as changing the lighting settings, the sculpture transperancy, the number of human snapshots, the sculpture material, and the rendering background. 3D Printing Motion Sculptures

It’sa 3D image of the motion sculpture.

Video Courtesy of Tom Buehler (MIT CSAIL)

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