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Mapping the Avatar to the Player

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We've mapped the Final IK Pilot model asset to the players movements. The model's hands and head are now accurately in sync with the player's real-world movements. We chose the pilot because we felt the uniform best resembled an industrial spacesuit.

 

-Kristen



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