Calibrating a motion capture sensor (in our case, the k-ceptor) is actually quite simple, but the word sometimes drives people away. It may sound like a complicated tech process, but the reality is that it is basically a process by which we position the sensor across all of its faces so that the internal memory can register its positioning.
With some minor precautions and a couple of minutes of our time, we can have a complete motion capture kit calibrated within a couple of minutes. In today’s video, we will explain all the steps that you need to take into account before you begin with this process.
This information will be useful to you, whether you purchase a kit without pre-calibrated sensors in our upcoming Kickstarter campaign (remember that you can also buy pre-calibrated kits) or if you decide to build your own motion capture suit with the information available in our forum.