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Moveshelf[edit]

Moveshelf Labs B.V. was founded in 2017 by Ignazio Aleo and Per Slycke..[1]

Digital Motion Library[edit]

Moveshelf is a service for motion capture professionals[2] working in 3D character animation or movement science applications[3] such as biomechanics and gait analysis[4]

Services[edit]

Moveshelf offers a Basic (free) subscription plan and Professional and Team paid plans. Different plans are available for use in 3D character animation and movement science and gait analysis with different features.

Technology[edit]

3D (human) motion data is highly complex, and is stored and processed in a variety of different file formats. Common file formats used for storing and processing 3D (human) motion data are .FBX, .C3D, .BVH, .TRC, glTF/GLB, .MVNX. Moveshelf supports these file formats, including synced video, and 3D kinematics, kinetics, forces and EMG is supported.

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