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This model shows a rigid, partially-articulated skeleton that has been mapped to the processed output of an optical motion capture system (Motive) using Cinema 4D. The skeleton was downloaded from http://www.cinema4dtutorial.net/?p=2993. For those of you wondering if the articulation animated here is anatomically-correct, I will remind you that a human adult skeleton has 206 bones and the motion capture system used in this model captures 41 points and the model here contains 19 rigid objects (that’s a long way of saying no). If you want to see an animated model of the disarticulation, go to: https://skfb.ly/PGwH
Or see the alternative version at: https://skfb.ly/PGyv