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Video Reference

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Video Reference Sites


The first thing you need when planning an animation is good reference. Here are a few useful links to video reference, in particular clips that show basic physical motion. If you know of a good animation site that's not in the list, let us know by adding a comment (see bottom of this page).

Using video analysis the timing, spacing, and path of action for different types of falling motion is analyzed.
Using video analysis and force plate measurements the weight shift for different types of walks is analyzed.
LivePhoto Physics Project     http://livephoto.rit.edu/
A collection of short videos designed for computer analysis in introductory physics classrooms. 
Tracker Video Analysis Software     http://www.cabrillo.edu/~dbrown/tracker/
Tracker is an open-source video analysis program that allows you to import video reference and perform position, velocity, and acceleration tracking, multiple reference frames, and model analysis.


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