The School of Visual Arts in New York City hosted Reallusion as a guest speaker in their weekly technology lecture series.  

The session was held on 23rd Ave in the School of Visual Arts Computer Arts department and included an audience of 3rd year students in the Computer Arts program that are building toward their 4th year thesis.

The iClone and Faceware pipeline was introduced by department head, Richard Hagen and iClone was demonstrated and presented by James Martin and John Martin II.  

The Faceware Realtime for iClone and the Xsens Awinda suit was setup, calibrated and live captured during the demo to show the speed, portability, and motion editing.  The School of Visual Arts plans to implement iClone into their Mocap curriculum and integrate with their Opti-track motion capture system.

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