Acoustic, inertial, LED, magnetic or reflective markers, or combinations of any of these, are tracked, optimally at least two times the rate of the desired motion, to submillimeter positions.
Then mocap software records the positions, angles, velocities, accelerations and impulses, enabling an accurate digital representation of the motion. Which system is best for your application depends on your objectives, operating environment and budget. Virtalis has worked with mocap technology for the last twenty years, so is best placed to offer independent advice when it comes to choosing a system.
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