I need to find someone who can modify Pinocchio (the MIT project) to output fully rigged FBX files from zipped OBJ/MTL/JPGs, then apply a motion library to them so I can create simple animation sequences.
MIT's Pinocchio library:
[url removed, login to view]~ibaran/autorig/[url removed, login to view]
Here is a sample zipped OBJ/MTL/JPG model:
[url removed, login to view]
Essentially, I want to run the following command:
pinAutoRigger -i [url removed, login to view] -seq run,walk,jump,skip,hop,run,hop,fall
... and this would output an FBX in the same directory and a video file as well with the animations applied in sequence.
If you have worked with Pinocchio before, this is the perfect project for you, as it will be quite easy.
I need a command line tool that I can run on an Ubuntu machine (14.04 or 15.04) that will do this and output either a rigged FBX and a rendered video of an animated sequence (white background for now).
I will require all source code and you'll need to walk me through how to build the project - I can provide an Ubuntu server to build on as well, if needed.
Looking forward to finding someone to work with on this - can't wait to animate the thousands of models I have! We'll work together on a few more projects after this one.