|Project Start/End:||05/2011 - 08/2012|
Motion Disabled: Unlimited is the 2012 edition of Simon Mckeown’s internationally exhibited exhibition Motion Disabled. The 2012 impression studies the body and movement of some of the UK’s most famous Paralympians.
Viewers are given the chance to watch and study the physicality and movement of the modern day disabled athlete, the Paralympian. What is it like to walk and jump without legs, or to sail with one arm? Permission to view is granted; cultural identity removed; disabled avatars move.
A particular high point of this project was travelling to Pinewood Studios, London and conducting the motion capture shoot at the prestigious Centroid 3D studio, a company usually associated with the Game, Film and Television industries.
My responsibilities on this project were 3D production and animation, motion capture clean-up and integration, promo editing, asset implementation and asset delivery to London 2012.
- Lead Animator
- Motion Capture Specialist
- 3D Artist
- 3D Animation
- 3D Modelling
- Motion Capture Clean-up
- Autodesk 3Ds Max
- Autodesk Motion Builder
- Adobe Premiere