I can always use additional testers. Send me an email at the address at the end of the video.Very Nice ! if your taking Beta tester requests, I would like to give ya a hand! and hopefully some good feedback.
It's not just the camera that makes it different. It's more of the product as a whole. The hardware behind the camera allows for 120 frames per second capture rate. As well has all of the software to interface with it to interface with easily.What I don't understand is what makes the TrackIR camera different from any other camera. All cameras see IR, so what does this system do differently?
You got it, the TrackIR software does most of the really hard stuff.I see...so TrackSkull is building off of the tracking data provided by the TrackIR software (ie: it isn't totally independent)?
LOL... Kenny is just messing with you.ron looks better with a hat on
track ir SDK don't tell no one but he has a friend in the buisness
I am using the OptiTrack SDK, which is free to the public. Only the TrackIR SDK is for commercial.
LOL... Kenny is just messing with you.
Bob - Send me an email if you have any questions.
That depends on how flexible the SDK is. Is it hard wired for three reflectors?Just thinking out loud couldn't there be a reflector placed on the jaw to record the jaw movement?and then combine that with the vsa?just a thought, maybe that wouldn't work or do anything important.
I haven't attempted to add additional points. I believe you can go down to 1 or 2 points, but how well would ja person's jaw movement translate to a skulls jaw movement? (Sitting in a meeting right now) I can see how a person's jaw actually doesn't move very much as they speak. Hmmm....That depends on how flexible the SDK is. Is it hard wired for three reflectors?
They are really quick...Wow, I ordered the tracking unit on Sunday and received it today! I will love to help you test out, but still needing one important thing…