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2017-04-02 06:49  
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AikenLabs configurable motion capture system can be used to control games or applications on a Mac or a PC. The system consists of a main receiver unit that can connect to Mac or PC computers. This unit also provides a set of 8USBports that are designed or charging the wireless receivers.

The system will support up to 8 remote transmitter units. Each of the transmitters is also a complete inertial measurement unit with gyro, accelerometer and magnetometers. Each transmitter can connect to two additionalIMUs using a cable. A total of 24 IM units could be connected and tracked.

TheIMUs can be placed anywhere on the body, and a range of velcro mounts and straps are available. The demonstration we saw involved a strap around the head and a single unit on the forehead. The unit was mapped to the mouse function on a game such that as the head turned, the game view turned with it. It was responsive and very impressive.


The units themselves are small and lightweight. The intention is to mount them on the hands, legs, arms, etc. and then use the captured gestures to perform programmable functions on the computer. The system is apparently configurable, and so you could be surfing the web, or playing your favorite first person shooter game with the type of interactive capabilities you only see in the movies.



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