Cubic Motion makes more than faces

Although Cubic Motion has stayed primarily in the background, leaving the spotlight to its partners, the company has defined performance capture for the gaming and movie industry since its founding in 2009. Recently, the company has demonstrated its prowess with character performances driven by a virtual Andy Serkis and Siren, a digital reinterpretation of a female character. The technology developed ...

Kathleen Maher

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