The way of the future!

A couple of associate professors and a grad student at Cornell University have developed a clever way of simulating the sound of cloth moving within 3D software.

Foley artists normally record these necessary sounds separately in a sound booth and painstakingly line them up with an on-screen character’s movements. Having been knee-deep in this process on Avarice, I’d welcome a little computer help!

What do you think? Could this someday replace the need for foley artists? What about computer generated foot passes?

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Dan works out his social anxieties by producing and directing films. He's a proud New Mexican, and prefers green over red.

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