4DViews Volumetric Capture Technology
"4DViews" was created as a technology spin-off the INRIA Rhône-Alpes Laboratory in France, which spent more than ten years on the development of volumetric capture techology. It has been in operation since 2007, and provides a powerful and reliable volumetric capture system (the latest version is Holosys). At present, there are 4DViews studios in nine locations around the world, including Europe (4DR Studios in France/Hungary/Netherlands), the United States (Creative Media Industries Institute (CMII) of Georgia State University, California 4D Labs, and New York VR Accelerator) and Asia (Taiwan's Ministry of Culture/Taiwan Creative Content Agency and HTC, and Crescent of Tokyo Japan). This system can record 3D motions and appearance of humans digitally and produce high-quality free-viewpoint dynamic 3D models.