作者:雍门踱     |      日期:2019-03-01 11:01:03
Fed up with stiff-looking clothes in Second Life? Researchers at the Toshiba Cambridge Research Laboratory in the UK can make a computer model of real clothes. First they video the wearer while shining three different coloured lights onto them from three different angles. From the way the colours are reflected, software calculates the shape and texture of the clothes, and builds a model that could be used to dress an avatar. A vibrating body suit created at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Media Lab could teach you how to dance or play golf. In a special studio,