Interlude – Ginger Facial Rigging Model

Applications such as Faceshift, as mentioned in The Photorealistic Effect…, demonstrate how face meshes can be captured from human actors and used to animate digital heads.

Ginger is a browser based facial rigging demo, originally from 2011, but since updated, that allows you to control the movements of a digital head.

If you enable the Follow on feature, the eyes and head will follow the motion of your mouse cursor about the screen. The demo is listed on the Google Chrome Experiments website and can be found here: (The code, which builds on the three.js 3D javascript library, is available on Github: StickmanVentures/ginger.)


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