Audrey Large originally developed Mocap.vfx for her Design Academy Eindhoven thesis. It has now become an edition from Nilufar. These objects are designed by the tracking data related to the movement of their use. In a backstage set-up, a stunt-designer re-enacts typical interactions with everyday objects. Recorded on video, the movements are tracked and sent to a software that applies the data to 3D models which are then 3D printed in PLA. Once materialized, the objects are tracked again in the same conditions, and the process is repeated. The price of these pieces excludes taxes, shipping, and crating.
Born in France and based in the Netherlands, Large graduated cum laude from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2017 with an MA in Social Design. She uses motion capture and motion tracking technology—most commonly used in visual effects cinema, animation, video games to animate 3D characters—as a raw material for object design.