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Orientation Tracker (3 DOF)

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Orientation Tracker (3 DOF)
Part #: TRACK2

Real-time, zero latency 3DOF orientation tracking—precision sensor provides yaw, pitch, and roll.

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VR Orientation Tracker (3DOF)
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Part #: TRACK2
Categories: VR/Immersive - Research
Subcategories: Tracking - Research

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This multi-purpose subminiature 3D orientation sensor is designed for use in real-time orientation tracking applications. It includes three types of sensing elements (tri-axial MEMS gyros, tri-axial MEMS accelerometers, and tri-axial magneto-resistive magnetometers) and comes equipped with an onboard processor and embedded orientation algorithms allowing for direct integration into systems without interfacing a PC. For PC-based integrations, the system comes with a set of libraries that allow users to modify algorithm and/or sensor parameters on-the-fly to suit individual protocols.

Key Features & Functionality

  • Compensated raw data for acceleration, rate of turn, and magnetic field
  • Up to 500 Hz data update rate
  • Full temperature calibration of all sensing elements
  • Internal magnetic disturbance calibration capabilities
  • Dynamic magnetic disturbance compensation
  • Customizable sensor parameters
  • Ability to string sensors together
  • Full featured software SDK
  • PC-based emulator for replacing leading sensors in existing applications
  • Extremely compact design

TRACK2 interfaces via USB and connects directly to the VR Toolkit included in all VR Workstations; intro, advanced, and ultimate Workstations include one TRACK2.

Also available pre-mounted to high-res head mounted display—see HMD1B-TRACK.

Use additional sensors to track limb movement.

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