Stunning Video Captures the Motions Of A Kung Fu Fighter

Posted by on May 5, 2017 in Entertainment, Media & Arts with 3 Comments
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Video Source: Tobias Gremmler

We’ve all seen exaggerated depictions of kung fu in movies or maybe a demonstration by a practitioner in real life, but German digital artist Tobias Gremmler decided to portray the Chinese martial art in an entirely new light through the use of motion capture. By capturing the motion of different sequences, Gremmler is able to distill the data into animated sculptures, effectively turning movement into structure and volume. The motion of limbs is turned into a complex moving scaffold or interpreted as dramatic bursts of particles, the visuals used to seemingly isolate the physics of kung fu.

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  1. 10153413696861782@facebook.com' Mark Sherlock says:

    Nathaniel Dwyer

  2. 10153413696861782@facebook.com' Mark Sherlock says:

    Variation 1 and 4.1 look like dragons….

  3. 10209330027714636@facebook.com' Justin Benner says:

    Have you seen this Ted

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