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OptiTrack Motive : Tracker

OptiTrack Motive : Tracker

Engineered to track objects in 6DoF with exacting precision—with support for real-time and offline workflows—OptiTrack Motive Tracker is designed to meet the needs of the most demanding engineering and research applications.

Powerful rigid body solving
The most precise 6DoF data imaginable is at your fingertips with Motive:Tracker’s industry-leading 3D reconstruction and rigid body solving. Use high-level tracking filters and constraints to fine tune the performance of your object tracking—perfect for demanding applications like high object count and high speed UAV tracking.

64-bit, multi-threaded architecture
Motive:Tracker was designed from the ground-up to leverage the native power of the latest Windows 64-bit OS and Intel/AMD 64-bit processors, enabling tracking of more tracked objects, longer recordings, larger file sizes, and support for hundreds of cameras per system.

Setup is easy
Motive:Tracker reduces system setup time by up to 75%. Aim Assist, auto-masking, one-click rigid body creation, versatile hardware and the industry's longest range cameras make even large systems easy to setup with just one person.
Press the flashing Aim Assist button for a demo.

Flexible real-time streaming options
Motive:Tracker supports industry standard streaming engines like VRPN and Trackd alongside custom network interface development via our free NatNet SDK.

Open SDKs & API access
Motive:Tracker's flexible architecture and free dev tools create the world's first truly open optical tracking platform, offering access data at any stage in the pipeline—2D camera images, marker centroid data, unlabeled 3D points, labeled markers, and rigid bodies. You can even replace the Motive:Tracker UI completely and directly control system operation in your application with our Motive API.

Recording and data management
Motive:Tracker’s new asset and data management systems will automatically assign rigid bodies and custom markersets to the recordings they were tracked in as file metadata—all of which is contained within a single project folder for simple management during complex trials.

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