The cutting-edge animation tech used in L.A. Noire (video)

GameSpot gets a closer look at MotionScan, the 3D animation technology that was used in Rockstar Games' new detective video game, called L.A. Noire.

To get the visuals it was looking for in L.A. Noire, its new detective game, video game maker Rockstar Games used 3D motion-capture technology called MotionScan.

In this video, GameSpot's Dan Chiappini sits down with Oliver Bao from Depth Analysis, the company that makes MotionScan, to get a deeper look at how the technology was used--and where it can go from here.

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