For a new Artificial Intelligence service for HR and psychometric testing, I
was aiming to use a simple animation of characters to explain what is quite
a complex set of data relationships.
Its a lady/man walking a journey through various events. No backgrounds,
just the characters. Followed by the same sequence but replicated for many
Finalised by a map that shows the routes through the various activities 'en
masse'. Voice over will be separate in French and English.
It could be used as a K3D demonstrator as well, as it will be public web and
marketed globally for our research.
I've tried using K3d and admit to being out of my depth. Is there anyone who
can help me with this, for a donation to further development of course?
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On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 11:26 AM, Kenneth Tombs
> Its a lady/man walking a journey through various events. No backgrounds,
> just the characters. Followed by the same sequence but replicated for many
> such people.
What sort of animation is needed for the characters? If you need
realistic walking motion with mesh deformation, this would be very
difficult in K-3D at this time, since we don't have bones and inverse
kinematics yet. If the figures are more "stylized" and no complex
deformation is needed, it may be possible to script some of the