|SIMPLE AND ROBUST DESIGN||PROP SKELETON - USING BASIX ACTIVE MARKERS|
|SELF-CONTAINED UNITS WITH NO BASE STATION REQUIRED||MERGING FORCES ACROSS FORCE PLATES|
|RECESSED LEDS TO PROTECT FROM DAMAGE||DEVICE PANEL INTEGRATION|
|LED ARRANGEMENT WITH MULTIPLE CONFIGURATIONS||ASYNCHRONOUS DEVICE DATA (ADD) GRAPHS|
|LONG BATTERY LIFE||LOCATION OF CORRUPTED TEMPLATES|
|GOLDEN TEMPLATES - PREDEFINED MARKER SETS|
|GTR SKELETON DATA FILES|
|BACK-CALC MARKERS FROM BONE VM|
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System Configurations and Pricing
BaSix Systems Include
One Kestrel camera system
One BaSix© set
One year of support
Optical motion capture systems have long been the gold standard for data quality in the motion capture industry. The software in these systems is typically large and complex, with all the tools required for any type of motion capture project. While this provides the ultimate combination of power and flexibility, it can be an overwhelming toolset for many users. In addition, immersing a new subject into a motion capture system can be a time consuming process, requiring a motion capture suit and precise placement of dozens of markers.
Motion Analysis Corporation has addressed this issue with a series of new product developments.
- Our BaSix active markers are configurable LED arrays which do not require a special suit and can be fitted in under 60 seconds.
- Cortex 8 contains our new Prop Solver which allows for full-body tracking of a subject when six BaSix active markers are placed on the body. Prop Solver allows retargeting to drive characters from popular game engines such as Unreal. While the data is less accurate than traditional motion capture, the skeleton quality from the Prop Solver is higher than any of the IMU systems currently available. In addition, the same camera hardware can be used for traditional motion capture if higher quality data is needed for another project.