This new optical tracking module provides more performance and reliability and is available as an option for the Kinetic Module media server range.
KineMotion is the new optical tracking module, designed by Module Pi to deliver high performance and reliability in next-generation creative and interactive visual experiences.
This module is available as an option for the Kinetic Module media server series, the all-in-one media server solution designed for more complex projects.
Designed by Modulo Pi, the KineMotion module is based on complementary software, beacons, as well as a calibration kit made of a rod and a square. Based on KineMotion and OptiTrack tracking cameras, Kinetic Module dominates the entire calibration process.
In addition, combined with the capabilities of Kinetic Module (3D particle engine, nodal editor, timeline sequencer, ...), KineMotion opens up new opportunities in visual and interactive creations, such as projection on moving objects, drawing and particle tracking, automatic tracking, light painting, etc.
The possibilities of tracking and interactivity are increased thanks to the wide support of Kinetic Module protocols, such as Art-Net, OSC, PosiStage, among others. KineMotion integrates an easy-to-use interface to quickly set up the tracking system; It has ultra-low latency as well as high accuracy and accuracy for real-time video mapping of moving objects.
Thanks to the 3D calibration of fully automatic video projectors and the soft 3D edge in real time, Kinetic Module allows seamless projection on an object that moves in front of multiple overlapping video projectors.
As Yannick Kohn, founder and CEO of Modulo Pi, points out, "We have designed Kinetic Module to be the cornerstone of the show workflow. We believe the all-in-one approach is key to reducing latency, reducing complexity, and delivering unprecedented reliability."
The development and availability of KineMotion means, as Konh stresses, "that we are again pushing the boundaries of our Kinetic Module series, which will continue to evolve towards greater real-time tracking, interactivity and generative content."
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