GANimator: Neural Motion Synthesis from a Single Sequence


We present GANimator, a generative model that learns to synthesize novel motions from a single, short motion sequence. GANimator generates motions that resemble the core elements of the original motion, while simultaneously synthesizing novel and diverse movements. It also enables applications including crowd simulation, key-frame editing, style transfer, and interactive control for a variety of skeletal structures e.g., bipeds, quadropeds, hexapeds, and more, all from a single input sequence.

SIGGRAPH 2022, ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)