SANTA ROSA, CA — At SIGGRAPH 2015 in Los Angeles this week, Motion Analysis Corporation (www.motionanalysis.com) is demonstrating its new motion capture system calibration software, which it calls Continuous Calibration. The product is the result of a multi-year R&D project by the company, which involved developing new algorithms for both their Cortex tracking and calibration software.
“The introduction of our new Continuous Calibration feature to our Cortex tracking software, a self-diagnosing and self-correcting system calibration, is the most significant development in motion tracking software in the last eight years since our introduction of wand calibration in 1995,” says CEO Tom Whitaker. “Once the system is installed and calibrated, the user never has to calibrate again, even if a tripod is bumped or a building wall moves because of heat expansion or vibrations. No more calibrating, what a savings in time! Accuracy is improved with the elimination of wand calibration variations between multiple users.”
Motion Analysis will be releasing the new Continuous Calibration software as part of its August release of Cortex 6 tracking software.