I can Moveshelf is still in its early days, so I’m not sure exactly what direction the creators and current users are headed in. As such, I’d like to have a discussion on whether Moveshelf would welcome research content.
To provide some context, I’m developed tooling around editing techniques for mocap (currently just Maya plugins, but I plan to continue the effort to MotionBuilder and Blender, and eventually more). I’m also doing my best to present the algorithms behind this tooling to the research world, but one struggle I face is that there little in the way of publicly and freely available examples of mocap before and after editing. Having such examples is useful for demonstrating how effective a particular tool is.
To address the above, I’ve recently hired a motion editor to produce a small set of these examples (they start with a mocap animation and stylize it through editing). Together, these examples will enable me to produce a before-and-after style of comparison to support the research described above.
With that context in mind, would these examples be welcomed as content on Moveshelf? I would hope that they would be useful for other researchers doing similar work, and also to the community in general.
Let me know any thoughts you might have on (1) whether this is appropriate for Moveshelf and (2) if there’s some way I can present the before-and-after effectively.
Thanks for your time reading!