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This is how our AR/VR tracking system works

Electromagnetic motion tracking systems work by using a low frequency isotropic magnetic field generator (3D emitter) and one or several isotropic 3D magnetic sensors. Emitter…

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Augmented reality VR/AR Components

Using Magnetic Sensing for Tracking Multiple Fingertips

Due to rapid advances in Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) and the resurgence of head-mounted displays to enhance the AR/VR experience, the interaction in…

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Electromagnetism VR/AR Components

How is Electromagnetic Motion Tracking used in VR/AR?

Immersive experiences driven by motion tracking systems for Virtual and Augmented Reality are becoming more popular, and due to this growing trend several kind of…

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VR/AR Components

Observatory of VR/AR Motion Tracking

This week we had several global technology events with news, product releases and tech trends. Our Electromagnetic Motion Tracking Sensors web went online this week…

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Electromagnetism VR/AR Components

What are electromagnetic tracking systems?

What are the challenges that most engineers face after they decide that ELECTROMAGNETIC Tracking is the best choice? What is the Structure of a typical…

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Electromagnetism Premo Group VR/AR Components

Design for EMTS Manufacturing | VR/AR Components

In our ebook 10 Key Criteria for Choosing Electromagnetic Tracking Sensors we recommend VR/AR immersive technologies hardware developers to consider a short list of key…

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Free ebook: 10 Key criteria for choosing EM Tracking sensors

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