OptiTrack releases Motive 2.0
Nov 17, 2017 by CGPress Staff
OptiTrack has announced the release of Motive 2.0, its unified software platform designed to eliminate the complexities historically associated with motion capture workflows. New features include:
- Continuous calibration that uses tracking data from the system’s regular use to self-heal the calibration over time. This means that the system should only require calibration upon first installation, and will then self-calibrate indefinitely.
- OptiTrack Active VR uses discreet, flush mount LEDs to track HMDs, weapons, set pieces and now, full-body tracking.
- OptiTrack Active that can track over 100 individual objects, such as HMDs, weapons, set pieces and OptiTrack Active pucks, all with low latency (typically less than 10 ms). NatNet 3.0 delivers the real-time stream with timestamp information for integration with other devices such as an IMU.
- System Latency Improvements.
- A new HMD Calibration tool to make Oculus HMD setup for all unique marker configurations faster and easier. Motive utilizes the HMD tracking data from both the OptiTrack system and the Oculus system using a starting model to automatically calculate and place the pivot point at a between eye center for VR applications.
- The move, rotate and scale tool has been expanded to work with rigid bodies and markers, to make customizing rigid body pivot points easier with a variety of new snap options and the ability to make changes to skeletal segments in Live mode as well.
- AMTI Genlock support for reference clock synchronization with AMTI force plates. This allows AMTI force plates to reliably maintain their synchronization with Motive over long recordings with no frame drift.
- Enhanced Graphing Capabilities that allows users to visualize and monitor multiple data channels including 3D positions of reconstructed markers, 6 Degrees of Freedom (6 DoF) data of trackable assets, and signals from integrated external devices.
- An improved user interfaces.