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Motion capture, also known as mo-cap, is commonly used in the creation of animated films, video games, and visual effects sequences in live-action productions. Through this process, data is captured to generate a digital 3D model of a character, enabling the development of lifelike animations that incorporate authentic movements and expressions. By utilizing the motion of real human actors, we achieve a heightened level of realism and naturalness in computer-generated characters, enhancing the overall quality of the final product.

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