When we talk about privacy we normally think of it as applied on messaging apps, videoconferences calls, or our activity in the browser while surfing the web. But, have you ever think about the type of data a motion capture system can create and how it’s handled?
In Chordata Motion we think that having the possibility of keeping complete control over your own data should be granted to everyone, also in motion capture. That’s why we openly state that we are not collecting your data, and when you use our software you are regulated under the GNU GPL or other open license. They basically say that the software you are using belongs to you and to everybody else. You can do whatever you want with it, you just cannot close it. And the important part is that it doesn’t include at all a clause granting permission to anybody to use your data.
In today’s video, Bruno talks about privacy and motion capture solutions, including the FOSS approach.