Head tracking with Headtrackr for Windows Phone demoed in Star Citizen





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Published on Feb 4, 2015

Headtrackr demoed with Star Citizen.
Headtrackr: www.headtrackr.com / www.headtrackr.de
Headtrackr download: http://www.windowsphone.com/s?appid=1...

Using opentrack to receive movement data

Headtrackr setup tutorial: www.headtrackr.com/instructions

Head tracking via your phone’s compass and gyroscope.
Transfer your head movements to the game you are playing on your PC in real time, via the freetrack protocol. Very fast and easy to set up!

How does it work?
You simply start the app and strap your phone to your head (which can look ridiculous, but works great).

Your phone's compass and gyroscope measure your head movements (yaw, pitch, roll) in real time and transfer these movements via WiFi to the application opentrack on your PC. opentrack then sends these movements via the freetrack protocol to the game you are playing on the same PC. Very accurate with no delay!

What games are supported?
Most games that support TrackIR also support freetrack. Most notable but not limited to: “Elite: Dangerous”, “Star Citizen” and “Euro Truck Simulator 2”.
If you are unsure whether the game you want to play is supported, download the trial version for free and you can make sure it does before buying!


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