Quick Start Guides
Active Marker Tracking
Prepare Setup Area
Camera Mount Structures
Cabling and Wiring
Aiming and Focusing
Rigid Body Tracking
Camera Video Types
Reconstruction and 2D Mode
Motive Batch Processor
Motive UI Pages
Data Management pane
Data Streaming pane
Edit Tools pane
Graph View pane
External Device Setup
AMTI Force Plate
Bertec Force Plate
Tracking Algorithm determines the way rigid bodies are tracked.
Depending on the system camera count, Motive determines whether to use the marker-based tracking or the the ray-based tracking. For systems with fewer than 5 cameras, or the Duo/Trio Tracking Bars, ray based tracking is used. For systems with higher camera counts, marker based tracking is used.
Standard marker based tracking. It uses 3D coordinates obtained by the
Point Cloud reconstruction
to solve position and orientation of the rigid body.
In addition to the standard marker tracking, ray based tracking also utilizes
and rigid body definitions to solve for the position and orientation of the rigid body. In other words, when a marker is occluded because it did not satisfy the minimum required number of the tracked rays, this tracking algorithm can utilize the remaining untracked rays and the corresponding rigid body asset definition to provide more stable tracking of the rigid body. In order to utilize the Ray Based tracking, the
Use Smart Markers
setting must be enabled under reconstruction settings.
Ray-based tracking is NOT supported for active markers
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