The main thing is that there’s really no difference between acting and motion-capturing. The research, the trying to embody a character is the same. But the main thing about motion-capture is that you’re sort of puppeteering a version of yourself. You can calibrate that by manipulating certain things about your personality…I’m slightly ambivalent about the difference between playing a character and being motion-captured. It’s no different from being in costume, except that instead of having synthetic materials on your face you’ve been captured in a game. Simple as that.