Algorithm: Creating music video using Noitom mocap suit

Updated: Feb 10

"So, this bad boy has just arrived. I don't really have a clue where to start. There's all my sensors and my straps... making music videos used to be easy." The ‘bad boy’ in question is the Noitom Perception Neuron Studio mocap suit. The voice is that of Bressie, leads singer of The Blizzards.


The issue The planned music video shoot for Pound the Pavement, a song by Irish band The Blizzards, was cancelled after the country went into lockdown. Algorithm, the creative production studio based in Dublin, took up the challenge of creating a music video based on people using technology to connect while in isolation.


The solution London-based Target3D shipped a Noitom Perception Neuron Studio (PN Studio) motion capture suit to Dublin and facilitated next-day remote tra."The ‘bad boy’ in question is the Noitom Perception Neuron Studio mocap suit. The voice is that of Bressie, leads singer of The Blizzards.vironment’s magnetic field, body calibration, recording and, finally, exporting the data through the Axis Neuron Studio software.