Glycon – VR motion capture tool
Chilton Webb has released Glycon, a new tool that allows the user to turn their VR rig into a motion capture platform, for games and animations. According to the developer it works by mixing your movements with a full body IK system, and exports FBX files based on that. The tool currently supports HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, with support for Windows Mixed Reality promised soon. A free version is available with FBX export disabled or prices start from $49 for the Indie version. Find out more on Liberty3D.com.