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Audiomotion provides 10,000 BC mocap support

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Audiomotion has today detailed its involvement in movie director Roland Emmerich's upcoming Warner Bros. 10,000 BC, providing extensive motion capture support.

The Oxford, UK-based team recorded all the mocap for the movie, shooting across several weeks using 60 of it 100 Vicon MX40+ cameras.

Barry Hemsley, VFX producer at Warner Bros said: "On 10,000 BC we needed to build a comprehensive library of motion capture to drive the movements of an array of synthespians - from a single hunter to an army of thousands.”

Hemsley continued: Audiomotion made sure we got everything we needed in a matter of days, combining an ingenious mobile set-up, with creative management and sheer hard work. I look forward to working with them again."

Audiomotion is staple UK games development mocap service, working for an number of clients including Codemasters and Sony.

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