Our products can be integrated with a number of software and hardware devices.
The main feature of the Oqus cameras is the ability to calculate marker positions with impressive accuracy and speed. Hundreds of markers can be measured at thousands of frames per second with ten, fifty or even more cameras – and it can be run off an ordinary laptop. No workstation or switch is needed which makes the system easy to move out in the field.
High-speed sensor mode2 is a subsampling mode that gives increased frame rate without sacrificing field-of-view. For example, the Oqus 3+ is able to capture at 1 750 fps, with full FOV and a sensor resolution of 640× 512. More impressive is the Oqus 7+, which is able to capture at 1 100 fps with full FOV and a resolution of 3 megapixels. The high-speed mode works for both marker and video captures. It is also possible to measure up to 10 000 fps with reduced field of view.
With the Oqus cameras you can take the full advantage of our analysis modules for QTM, our data acquisition software. Select from a wide range of modules, including ones for gait, golf, baseball and running. The modules are designed for clinical environments, where speed and ease of use is of great importance. The modules are complete with pre-defined marker sets, report templates and documentation.
Get 12 MP @ 300 fps, or
3 MP @ 1 100 fps (full FOV) with
Oqus 7+, our fastest camera yet.
Active filtering dramatically
increases the ability to capture
passive markers outdoors.
The IP67 classified version of
the Oqus is perfect for marine or
Control focus and aperture on cameras with motorised lenses. The motorised lens is controlled from QTM, our motion capture software.
The Oqus platform is engineered for minimum latency & exceptional real-time performance. With complete camera and full software pipeline latency down to 4ms, the Oqus is in a class of its own.
Get 3D video overlay on your reference video. Works with any Oqus camera as long as it’s been calibrated with the mocap system.
The Oqus cameras are daisy-chained which means less cables and easier setup. Hence small systems can be set up without switches.
The Oqus is available with an MRI shielded housing that allows it to capture movements inside an MRI scanner.
Easily adjust aperture and focus manually. Just rotate the strobe to gain lens access.
Full-frame high-speed video capability is available as an option. Get frame rates up to 500 fps (full FOV) and up to 10 000 fps with reduced FOV.
Oqus provides configurable sync in and out ports for syncing with external hardware.
Get horizontal field of view of up to 70º with our wide angle lenses or choose from a number of other available field of views.
(with 16mm marker)
|Oqus 3+||1.3 MP||500 fps||0.3 MP||1 750 fps||10 000 fps||22 m|
|Oqus 5+||4 MP||180 fps||1 MP||360 fps||10 000 fps||25 m|
|Oqus 7+||12 MP||300 fps||3 MP||1 100 fps||10 000 fps||35 m|
|Miqus M1||1 MP||250 fps||10 000 fps||10 m|
|Miqus M3||2 MP||340 fps||0.5 MP||650 fps||10 000 fps||15 m|
Dimensions: 18.7 × 11 × 12.5 cm (7.4 × 4.3 × 4.9 in)
Weight4: 1.9 – 2.1 kg (4.2 – 4.6 lbs)
Convection cooled, custom die-cast aluminum.Available housings
Active filtering for outdoor motion capture.
Adjustable focus & f-stop.
Field of view: 70°, 56°, 47°, 40°, or 20°
Built-in 128 x 64 high contrast OLED display.
Wired: Ethernet (hub-less & daisy-chained)
Wireless: WiFi 802.11n/g5
The Oqus platform provides motion capture cameras suitable for all possible applications, both indoor and outdoor. The Oqus cameras are designed to capture accurate mocap data with very low latency and works with both passive and active markers.