On this page you can find the software components of Chordata Motion’s mocap framework.
The sources for our files are available at our GitLab’s online repositories so that anyone with a little bit of electronic and/or coding experience can go ahead and dive into the intricacies of our project.
Notochord v0.2.0 Changelog: =================== - Implement new Kalman-based sensor fusion algorithm. - Transmits magnetic error data. - Faster and more robust sensor calibration algorithm implemented in C. - Drop dependency on GNU Octave.
Chordata Blender client v1.0.0
Blender add-on that allows you to receive and manage the capture inside this powerful 3D manipulation platform. It features a renewed node-based interface which allows great flexibility.
Chordata KCeptor R2.3
Sensing hardware of the Chordata open source motion capture system. KICAD project
Chordata Hub R1.2
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
A cardboard box to make the calibration process easier
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