Using Motion Tracking For Twitch Streams

Miko showed how you can use modern tracking tech for live streams.

The Twitter page of Miko, a fully interactive streamer, has recently shared a behind-the-scenes look at how the team is using motion tracking solution to bring the character to life. The footage shows Miko being mocapped live by a technician with facial tracking using tech by Xsens. 

You still need a suit for such a setup, but imagine how it can change streams on Twitch in the future. Also, you can't capture hands, but we're sure we just need to wait for a year a two before a more advanced solution appears. 

What do you think about this tech? Would you like to play with this setup? Discuss the experiment in the comments. 

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  • Tokarev Kyrylo

    Looks very nice, too bad their system is pretty expensive.

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    Tokarev Kyrylo

    ·a month ago·
  • Anonymous user

    Hello,

    Great video and coverage.

    Just so you're aware you can track fingers and hands along with body capture with the PN32 or PN Studio motion capture suit from Noitom.

    You can find the solutions at Neuronmocap.com.

    It's more accessible price wise.

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    Anonymous user

    ·a month ago·

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