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Vicon comes up with its new camera Vertex

Technology, Uncategorized
Vicon, the motion capture technology specialist for the engineering, entertainment and life science industries, has announced the availability of a new camera called Vertex. Integrating seamlessly with Vicon’s existing range of cameras like Vantage and Vero, the new camera is compact, lightweight and easily mounted. This makes it ideal for tracking in small and complex environments. In response to customer demand, Vertex boasts a smaller and more flexible design and wide-angle field of view, allowing it to capture significant volumes in very tight spaces. As a result, the camera can be used across a wide range of applications from the automotive and life science industries to tracking in virtual reality (VR) environments. What’s more, with an industry-leading 1.3-megapixel camera,
Vicon to launch facial capture system Cara Lite at SIGGRAPH conference and expo

Vicon to launch facial capture system Cara Lite at SIGGRAPH conference and expo

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Vicon, the motion capture technology specialist for the entertainment, life sciences and engineering industries, is set to launch Cara Lite at this year’s SIGGRAPH conference and expo that would go on from 30th July to 3rd August. The new ‘Lite’ version of the Cara facial capture system will get into the market in a big way when it enters more film and game studious in its endeavour to achieve a higher-quality facial capture with a lower cost of entry. Earlier in 2013, Vicon launched Cara, the pioneering facial capture system at SIGGRAPH. Cara Lite builds upon this proprietary design. Offering one or two-cameras to deliver a more flexible system, which has a far quicker set-up time. With full wireless connectivity and seamless integration with existing Vicon motion capture systems, Cara
Vicon teams up with TEC

Vicon teams up with TEC

Technology
Motion capture technology specialist Vicon has entered into a partnership with the Technicolor Experience Center (TEC) in Los Angeles. While Vicon develops motion capture (mocap) products and services for the entertainment, engineering, virtual reality and life science industries, the TEC has invested in 28 Vicon Vantage cameras, which will allow it to continue to develop content, platforms and technology for virtual reality, augmented reality and other evolving media applications. “Vicon has a critically important role to play as part of the TEC community,” said Marcie Jastrow, SVP of Immersive Media at Technicolor and Head of the Technicolor Experience Center. “Vicon is a leader in motion capture technology that ensures storytellers deliver experiences of the highest quality and art