AN-I (Absolute Navigation Interface)

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Product Description

AN-I Is used when there is an existing optical tracking system already installed in the customer’s VR studio.  AN-I is used for SmartPed navigation only, and takes positional information (X,Y) from the data provided by the tracking system.  This can be either Stype Red Spy or Mo-Sys Star Tracker.   When AN-I is used there is no need to specify any VR capabilities for our robotics as the graphics system gets all its tracking data from the third-party optical tracking system. There is no Shotoku hardware required for AN-I.

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Key Features

  • Eliminates home tile and manual referencing
  • Third party (ANS) or fully integrated (ANSi) tracking
  • Highly Accurate, On-Air Shot Positioning

Specifications

Tracking System
Absolute optical tracking. Mo-Sys StarTracker® Stype RedSpy®
Input Protocol
Free-d’ VR protocol over IP
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