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Designed solutions for motion capture

3D motion capture or motion capture is a technology used to record body movements or objects' movements through sensors located on the areas to be captured. Used today in many sectors : military, cinema, health, sports and entertainment. 3D motion capture begins to be democratized for the mainstream especially thanks to virtual reality.
Optical tracking cameras, such as the vicon camera, scan a certain volume and detect the marker lights (Target), they will then identify and calculate the position of each marker accurately.
How does this man-machine interaction work? The user is equipped with sensors for spatial location in real time, this is called tracking. All this pieces of information are then analyzed thanks to the performance of a computer, its answer time is counted in milliseconds, so the user can interact directly with the virtual environment of the machine and vice versa.
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