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Old 05 May 2003   #1
MOCAP training center

Hi,

Which is the best way to learn MOCAP? Any company has a training center?
Do you know something about salary of a MOCAP specialist?
And, which is the best MOCAP system in the market?

Thanx very much,
Andre
 
Old 05 May 2003   #2
I have been looking too!

sorry i cant help you out, im lookin for the same thing, and was wonderin if you have found anything out? i just bought motionbuilder, and want to learn mocap too!
 
Old 05 May 2003   #3
sad, but true......

There is no one bud to help us............:thumbsdow

Maybe, if we looking for inside MOCAP industries..............

But, I believe that we can get any informations here.

later
AD
 
Old 05 May 2003   #4
Re: MOCAP training center

Quote: Originally posted by andre_alder
Hi,

Which is the best way to learn MOCAP? Any company has a training center?
Do you know something about salary of a MOCAP specialist?
And, which is the best MOCAP system in the market?

Thanx very much,
Andre


way to learn : internship at a studio or a job at one.

training centers : not really, unless you buy a system.

salary : varies a lot, depends on your experience, background, etc.

best system : this is another loaded question. I have used Giant and Vicon 8 and M series systems, as well as some exposure to MAC's software. all in all, I would have to say Giant is bar none, the best software, with Vicon being some nice hardware. BUT after using the giant system, I can say that the hardware only makes up a small portion of the solutions. Software is far more important. Of course, better cameras also lend to better data.

hope that helps.
-Todd
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Old 05 May 2003   #5
Hi twidup,

Thank you very much for your reply,

MOCAP is a good area and is growing a lot, isnīt?

Regards,
AD
 
Old 05 May 2003   #6
yes and no.

it is being used more and more, but jobs are just as come and go as they are in any other part of hte industry.

Give it a couple years though, the industry is stil relatively young compared to a lot and it has a ways to go still.

-Todd
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