In Motive, the Rigid Body Properties pane can be accessed under the View tab or by clicking icon on the main toolbar.
Rigid Bodies pane is used to set the default creation settings for newly added rigid bodies. For adjusting properties for existing assets, select the asset in the Assets pane and configure the rigid body properties that appear at the bottom of the pane.
The Properties: Rigid Body contains advanced settings that are hidden by default. Access these settings by going to the menu on the top-right corner of the pane and clicking Show Advanced and all of the settings, including the advanced settings, will be listed under the pane.
The list of advanced settings can also be customized to show only the settings that are needed specifically for your capture application. To do so, go the pane menu and click Edit Advanced, and uncheck the settings that you wish to be listed in the pane by default. One all desired settings are unchecked, click Done Editing to apply the customized configurations.
This feature is used to limit rotation of rigid body assets.
To use this, first create the rigid body while the object is in the desired orientation. Then set the Angle value for positive and negative rotation boundaries. After the angle value is defined, change the X/Y/Z values to 1 in order to apply the orientation constraints to only allow the axis to be oriented within the cone shaped boundaries.
For example, if a 30 degree constraint is applied to Y-axis of the rigid body, rotations only up to +/- 30 degrees about the X and Z axes of the rigid body will be allowed, creating a cone-shaped allowed range of rotation with respect to the Y-axis. When the rigid body rotates beyond this boundary, the markers will be unlabeled.
For visualizing tracking history, Position History and Orientation History must be enabled under the Display Settings section.