Our products can be integrated with a number of software and hardware devices.
The camera is automatically calibrated together with the rest of the system, without the need for manual intervention. This makes it effortless to get 3D data overlaid on top of the video image, which provides additional visual aid for the user.
With its on-board MJPEG encoder, the camera is able to stream full HD video (1080p) at 24 frames per second. If you don’t need the full 2 megapixel resolution, you have the option to trade pixels for speed. Run 60 fps with full field of view or 120 fps at VGA resolution.
In addition to streaming, the camera is also capable of buffering video. This allows you to run 1080p at 337 fps for a shorter time. At reduced resolution it can go above 1 000 fps.
Note that the Oqus 210c cannot be used to capture markers, except during calibration.
Traditionally you would complement your motion capture system with a number of video cameras. Typically requiring additional hardware and software. With the Oqus however, your video and motion capture cameras will play together seamlessly as a single system. No additional software or hardware needed, just setup the camera in QTM like any other Oqus camera.
|Camera||Full HD / 2 MP
1920 × 1080
|HD / 1 MP
1280 × 720
960 × 540
|VGA / 0.3 MP
640 × 480
|85 fps||N/A||180 fps||N/A||330 fps||N/A||550 fps||N/A|
|24 fps||337 fps||50||500||62 fps||665 fps||95 fps||750 fps|
Dimensions: 18.7 × 11 × 12.5 cm (7.4 × 4.3 × 4.9 in)
Weight: 1.9 – 2.1 kg (4.2 – 4.6 lbs)
Convection cooled, custom die-cast aluminum.Available housings
Onboard MJPEG compression.
Video overlay (through regular wand calibration).
Active filtering for calibrating outdoors.
Adjustable focus & f-stop.
Field of view: 64°, 46° or 24°
Built-in 128 x 64 high contrast OLED display.
Wired: Ethernet (hub-less & daisy-chained)
Hybrid cable with Ethernet and power.
Oqus Video (also known as Oqus 210c) is a synchronised and dedicated video camera that can be calibrated together with an Oqus motion capture system, providing a video image that is fully synchronised with the mocap system.