In this page you can find the current release of the core of Chordata’s motion capture system.
Be aware that this is a beta release: the system is still not suitable for production use, and we are distributing a limited amount of prototypical units to some users. We’ll keep on testing and improving the system in the next months in order to make the first production release.
If you want to purchase a system, visit this page and be part of our production release campaign
The sources for these files are also available at out gitlab’s online repositories so that anyone with a little bit of electronic and/or coding experience can go ahead an dive into the intricacies of our project.
Hub program of the Chordata open source motion capture system
Notochord 0.1.1b Changelog: =================== - "Scan" feature - Fix bug with acelerometer and gyroscope calibration - Validate acel and gyro calibration - Improve calibration CLI UX - Add higher Sensor data rate (experimental)
TestCube Blender file
A simple file that allows you to test the sensor calibration on your K-Ceptors
Default Biped configuration with Female Model
A female human figure with an armature to receive and record capture data using the Default biped configuration
Sensing hardware of the Chordata open source motion capture system. KICAD project
Hub hardware of the Chordata open source motion capture system. KICAD project
ChangeLog: =========== K-Ceptor R2.3 - added i2c buffer (TCA9517) - All components as SMD packages (except for RJ11 connectors) - Jumper selectable translation value - Extra footprint for custom translation value - LSM9DS1 extra pins exposed (the K-Ceptor can now be used as a breakout board!) Hub R1.2 -Pull-up resistors on i2c channels on Hub -Fix Hub PCA9548 footprint -Fix Hub gates pin order
Chordata KICAD Libraries
Symbols and footprints used on the Kicad projects.
List of components. Updated 2020/01/24
Calibration Box V1