Part 2: Humanoid animation (HAnim) motion data animation
3 Terms, definitions, acronyms, and abbreviations
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
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motion-capture transformation parameter
Note 1 to entry: Each channel represents a degree of freedom for transformation. For example, there are three channels at an elbow joint for motion-capture.
electronically coded still image
time for displaying a still image
specific motions that represent movement possible in a human being
mathematical process of recovering the movements of an object in the world from some other data
process of recording the articulated movement of objects or people
set of changes in position and orientation, corresponding to a specific skeleton, that result from motion-capture operations
human (or other) figure that is the original source of motion-capture data being sensed
set of changes in position and orientation that embodies a full set of motion for all HAnim joints being animated
processing of motion data to generate animation sequences for HAnim figures
specific change of position or orientation of an HAnim joint
program that can modify and display the motion of an HAnim figure by adjusting the motion parameters
set of variables that control the actions of a single motion definition
sensor that detects positional and orientation changes in the motion-capture figure
program that allows motion-capture data to be displayed as an animation of HAnim figures
process of connecting the HAnim figure with the animation controls
For the purposes of this document, the following expansion of acronyms and abbreviations apply.