Reallusion, Invader Studios partner for Daymare: 1998

Dec 12, 2017 at 09:29 am by Warlord720

Daymare: 1998 will be more cinematographic than ever thanks to Reallusion's iClone Faceware facial mocap software, Invader Studios announced in a press release.

The animation technology has enabled the studio to streamline the production of its first third-person survival horror IP, due out in the third quarter of 2018.

"Reallusion's iClone Faceware technology is giving us fantastic advantages. These software tools are incredibly fast, high-quality, and remarkably affordable. A true AAA technology potential for all indie video game development studios like us," the studio said in a press release.

Watch Video: Invader Studios uses iClone Faceware Facial Mocap

About Invader Studios

An independent software house located in the Italian countryside, Invader Studios was officially founded in July 2016 by a group of young and ambitious game developers. The core team is made of more than 10 professionals with external collaborators working remotely from different regions.

About iClone

Faceware Realtime for iClone is a professional quality, real-time facial tracking software designed to give iClone users a simple, cost-effective, and powerful tool for animating character's faces. Use a PC webcam to live mocap or import pre-recorded image sequences to drive and export natural human facial expressions and head movements to your 3D characters.

Reallusion's partnership with Faceware Technologies enables iClone 7 uses to achieve real-time facial motion capture and recording with one powerful software package. This will empower indie studios of all levels, giving them access to pro-level facial motion capture tools that are fast, accurate, and markerless -- all from a webcam.