Ballet Balance Strategies

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Ballet Balance Strategies. / Pedersen, Camilla; Erleben, Kenny; Sporring, Jon.

Proceedings of SIMS 2004. Technical University of Copenhagen, 2004. s. 323-330.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningfagfællebedømt

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Pedersen, C, Erleben, K & Sporring, J 2004, Ballet Balance Strategies. i Proceedings of SIMS 2004. Technical University of Copenhagen, s. 323-330, 45th International Conference of Scandinavian Simulation Society, Copenhagen, Danmark, 29/11/2010.

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Pedersen, C., Erleben, K., & Sporring, J. (2004). Ballet Balance Strategies. I Proceedings of SIMS 2004 (s. 323-330). Technical University of Copenhagen.

Vancouver

Pedersen C, Erleben K, Sporring J. Ballet Balance Strategies. I Proceedings of SIMS 2004. Technical University of Copenhagen. 2004. s. 323-330

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Pedersen, Camilla ; Erleben, Kenny ; Sporring, Jon. / Ballet Balance Strategies. Proceedings of SIMS 2004. Technical University of Copenhagen, 2004. s. 323-330

Bibtex

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abstract = "Animating physically realistic human characters is challenging, since human observers arehighly tuned to recognize human cues such as emotion and gender from motion patterns. Any neweffort towards improving the physical realism of animating the human body is therefore valuableboth for application and research purposes.The main contribution of this paper is a new model firmly based on biomechanics. The new modelhas been developed to animate some basic steps of ballet dancers, and it is supported by computersimulated experiments showing good agreement with biomechanical measurements of real-lifedancers.",
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RIS

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