Virtual humans are computer-generated human characters that are found in animated and visual effects-based productions. They can use language, enact human gestures, show emotion, and react to verbal and non-verbal cues. Most importantly, they are photorealistic. This is achieved through our high-end photogrammetry rig and through attaching facial rigs to real humans, which defines the range of motion set.
SIRT and partners receive $2 million grant for Digital Humans.
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Sheridan receives major federal investment to advance computer-generated characters for private industry and social innovation
The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) has awarded Sheridan with a grant of $995,877 to purchase equipment needed to advance pioneering work...Learn More