Today we’ll talk about the tracking systems that remained in our arsenal after passing the “field tests”: which systems do the best for their tasks and how they showed themselves “in battle”. ⠀
VIVE: Easy to calibrate and transport out of the box system. VIVE develops excellent solutions for business and VR tasks that do not require additional long tests, you just need to strictly follow the algorithm for working with this system, comply with all manufacturer’s requirements for installing active and passive sensors that track the position of the tracker on the camera and make sure that the visible area the helmet receiving the signal was not crossed by objects in the frame.
Antilatency: a tracking system consisting of loops with hardware modules that track the position of an object in the tracking area in real time with submillimeter precision. The best and most stable AR solution we tested and currently available on the Russian market. Live streaming with real-time output of a virtual speaker interacting with presenters and viewers? With ALT, we can do this, like many others.
Mo Sys StarTracker: Currently the most interesting tracking in terms of the range of tasks performed, again from the available and relatively inexpensive systems. Handles both VR and AR, works both for filming and for live broadcasts, events and television. A versatile virtual front fighter based on infrared radiation and passive sensors. But be careful – he does not like surfaces that can also reflect IR and UV radiation, do not try to “make friends”. ⠀
This is the kind of “arsenal” with which any tasks are not scary!