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Published on Oct 4, 2013
Sixense Creative Director Danny Woodall uses five wireless prototype trackers to control a humanoid avatar in the Sixense Tuscany Demo. This is the first time we've been able to show five trackers and it's an exciting glimpse of what you'll be able to do with the STEM System SDK.
In the demo, Danny uses the wireless trackers in his hands, on his ankles and on his waist to provide position and orientation data. Unity's out-of-the-box inverse kinematics (IK) does the rest for a remarkably realistic translation from the real world to the virtual world.