Microsoft Research's Autocomplete For Animation is awesome

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Microsoft Research is always working on cool technologies. The folks at Microsoft Researched teamed up with the University of Hong Kong and the University of Tokyo to make a new technology called “autocomplete hand drawn animations.” As the name suggests, this will allow users to get  suggestions for their drawings — for example, if you draw a single line for the next frame of your drawing, the technology will suggest a skeleton to trace, which is indeed quite nice. Here’s a video showing the technology in action:

What do you think of the Autocomplete for Animation technology? Discuss in the comment section below.

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