Technology

VR FreeSense


PaleBlue Platform

VR FreeSense provides hardware device support for an unprecedented wide range of VR display, positioning and input devices.

Because it works with an extended number of sensors, PaleBlue VR FreeSense technology allows an accurate prediction of the positions of joints and other body parts.

    VR/AR Devices

    You get excellent visuals and a seamless response to human movements using one of the many supported headsets:

    – Gear VR
    – Oculus Go
    – Google Cardboard
    – Oculus Rift
    – HTC Vive
    – Windows Mixed Reality
    – Microsoft Hololens

    Supported Devices

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    Body Positioning

    Full body posture can be now predicted using the information that comes from the vast number of sensors sets, such as:

    – Leap Motion (finger positioning)
    – Orbbec Astra
    – Razer Hydra
    – Microsoft Kinect 1 & 2 (full body, 17 points)
    – Perception Neuron (full body, 32 points)
    – OptiTrack (full body, 54 points)

    body positioning Hardware

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    Facial expression tracking

    The complex movements of face and eyes are tracked with the help of most modern technologies and controllers, like:

    – Microsoft Kinect 2 (mimicry)
    – Intel Realsense (mimic)
    – Tobii Eye Tracking (VR-compatible eye movement)
    – Pupil Labs Eye Tracking (VR-compatible eye movement)

    Facial expression devices

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    Accurate Motion

    With PaleBlue VR FreeSense you can connect multiple input systems to combine data and create a thorough picture of movement.

    For example, you can associate the following:
    – Kinect (body position)
    – Leap Motion (finger position)
    – Oculus Rift (head position)
    – Tobii Eye Tracking (eye view direction)

    If there is an incomplete data set, the PaleBlue Smart Avatar technology is activated. This leads to predicting positions of joints and body parts, using the available information.