If you've ever wanted to play basketball against a robot in a virtual reality world, well, here is your chance.
This is the opti-pad, optical motion tracking system.
You can see the wearer has an Oculus VR headset on with a couple of trackers on it.
Plus our Play on the [UNKNOWN] has a couple of them scattered over [UNKNOWN] as well.
There are 23 motion capturing cameras all around this [UNKNOWN] Keeping an eye on the action.
[UNKNOWN] Also won reference camera on top two.
And what that's doing is feeding back into this display here.
And giving you all sorts of data about What's going on, x, y position, orientation, and the positioning of all of the the hands, and different parts of the body that has the tracking on it.
I actually played with this a little bit earlier on, and it is a lot of fun Fun.
Kind of notice the [INAUDIBLE] as you might think, even though you are playing basketball, and tossing the ball back and forth with the eye headset on.
There are also a couple of different trackers on the basketball as well, so that's how you can see where things are playing out in the VR world.
This is the [INAUDIBLE] track [INAUDIBLE]
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