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Precision Position Trackers

Track multiple users over large areas while maintaining precision and accuracy.

Immerse your subjects in a BIOPAC VR world

Feel true freedom of movement in VR – walking, running, crouching, turning, gesturing

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Precision Position Tracker - 2 cameras
Part #: VRPPT2, VRPPT4

Cost-effective multi-camera PPT motion capture systems offers high-quality optical tracking over a wide range (more than 10 x 10 meters) and connect directly to the VR Toolkit (included in VR Workstations) for an ideal solution for virtual reality applications.

Using proven CCD technology and WorldViz image processing technology, the PPT family of products delivers flexible and accurate tracking solutions. Real-time technology allows users to see tracking results the instant a subject performs a motion.

PPT motion capture systems includes:

  • optical sensors (2 or 4)
  • processing unit
  • easy-to-use PPT motion capture software
  • cable connections
  • infrared targets (2 or 4)
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Versatile

Six degrees of freedom optical-inertial hybrid

Real-Time Rendering

Optimized for immersive VR/AR experiences

Wide Area

Extendable motion tracking across 50 x 50+ meters

2 Camera Precision Position Tracker
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Categories: VR/Immersive - Research
Subcategories: Tracking - Research

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Ease of Use

The intuitive graphical user interface includes a wizard for instant calibration using a digital calibration board. PPT directly connects to the VR Toolkit (included in VR Workstations). Dll for Windows, and C source library for Linux included. Simple streaming or polling via RS-232 serial port 115.2 kbs interface.

Calibration

Takes 3 minutes. All systems come with an automatic calibration board that automatically calibrates the entire system—all three axes.

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