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With Miqus Hybrid, switching between marker-based motion capture and markerless motion capture is straight forward.
The Miqus Hybrid camera is a dual mode camera capable of streaming full HD color video at 85 frames per second or streaming marker data at 340 frames per second. Switching between marker-based motion capture and collecting color video for markerless motion capture is as easy as pressing a button in Qualisys Track Manager (QTM).
Miqus Video is a high-speed color video camera capable of streaming HD color video at 85 fps. It can be used in a multi-camera system dedicated to markerless motion capture.
Combined with any marker-based motion capture cameras from Qualisys, a true dual-purpose optical motion capture system is created, able to provide marker-based and markerless data from the same recording.
Calibrate and capture in Qualisys Track Manager (QTM) using Miqus Hybrid and Miqus Video cameras, while the Theia software tracks and post-processes the data.
The end result is exported to Visual 3D for further analysis and reporting. Theia has intelligent joint detection and labeling, multi-subject tracking and identification, as well as automatic model creation.
Miqus Hybrid with Theia
Miqus Hybrid and Miqus Video cameras are integrated with Captury Live – a system for capturing human motion in real-time.
Captury Live performs live skeleton reconstruction for streaming into game engines or recording for post analysis and exporting as FBX-files.
A consumer-grade PC with a powerful GPU is sufficient to perform tracking, calibration, and captures, which are made in Captury Live. Results are delivered in real-time while tracking up to 3 people.
Miqus Hybrid with The Captury
A hybrid solution for your markerless research
The Miqus Hybrid solution is the perfect choice for researchers on markerless tracking algorithms since it can act as both a ground truth system and also jump-start the research project by providing already synchronized and calibrated cameras.
Capture the subject with markers in one take and follow up with a markerless take right after with the same software, cameras and coordinate system to make comparison straight forward. For maximum flexibility, you can also choose to invest in dedicated marker-based cameras and Miqus Video cameras, which automatically synchronize together in the same system allowing simultaneous capture of both marker-based and markerless data.