• Dollars MONO

    Real-Time Facial and Full-Body Motion Capture with Finger Tracking Using a Web Camera or Video Files

    How Dollars MONO works

    Dollars MONO uses a camera or video file as input. It rebuilds the motion information in real-time and sends the calculated bone information to Unity or Unreal Engine to drive your skeleton models.

    You can also record the motion capture data as a BVH file in Dollars MONO, and then edit the data in DCC software such as Maya, Blender, 3DS Max, MotionBuilder to make animations.

    How to achieve the best motion capture results

    Whether you use a camera or video for motion capture, the following points will help you get the best out of motion capture,

    • A clear distinction between the people and the background
    • Bright lighting
    • Characters are not dressed in fancy clothes, especially to avoid stripes
    • Not too much clutter in the background

    System requirements

    In order to use Dollars MONO smoothly, it is recommended that your computer has at least the following configuration,

    • CPU: Intel Core i7 and equivalent CPU
    • Graphics card: NVIDIA RTX 2060 and equivalent graphics card
    • Operating system: Win10 or above

    There are no special requirements for the camera.

    More about Dollars MONO

    Please refer to the Dollars MONO documentation,

    https://docs.dollarsmocap.com/category/dollars-mono/

    Have questions? You can check the MONO FAQ here,

    https://docs.dollarsmocap.com/mono-faq