Ikinema’s Orion combines with Openvr to create a mobile and costeffective system for quality mocap data acquisition
MOTION-CAPTURE AND FULL-BODY-SOLVING SOLUTION HARNESSES HTC VIVE VR HARDWARE SYSTEM
Ikinema’s Orion combines with Openvr hardware to create a mobile and cost-effective system for quality mocap data acquisition. Usability includes games, animation production, training, simulation, social VR, theatre, VR experiences and more.
Capture requires a minimum of six trackers as Orion uses six data points to track all body movements. For higher fidelity, an eight-point tracking rig can be used. Motion data can be live streamed to Unreal Engine and Unity or recorded in FBX or BVH format.
Node-locked licences are available now for an annual cost of £400 per seat, and for an additional fee setup for live retargeting to custom skeletons is offered by Ikinema support. The Orion pack consists of an Ikinema Orion solving engine, a Unity plugin, an Unreal plugin, a standard avatar, demo sample motions, and rigs with six and eight solving points. For the launch, Ikinema are offering a 25 per cent discount on purchases until 31 March 2018.
NASA astronauts at Johnson Space Center are using Orion for hybrid reality simulation mission training