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Codamotion 3D motion tracking system

Masked linear array technology with active markers and no calibration required. No marker mislabelling or dropouts, no-hassle single-unit setup, no aiming and focusing.

Digital Infrared based motion tracking system

CX1 CODA Sensor Units

The CX1 sensor unit (CODA unit) is at the heart of every Codamotion 3D system for indoor applications.

Uniquely, the CX1 combines three motion-sensing arrays into one unit. This allows a standalone CX1 unit to make a complete 3D measurement without reference to any other units. It also means that the unit can be pre-calibrated and sealed. All the user does is point the unit at the action.

A CX1 unit is just 800mm long and weighs just 5kg! A user can move a CX1 unit to a new location, set up, and start recording data in minutes.

The unique Codamotion sensing technology allows the CX1 to achieve resolutions as high as 1 in 70,000 within its field of view (equivalent to 1/10th of a pixel in a 50 Megapixel camera).

A CX1 uniquely identifies each marker with 100% reliability, so 3D marker trajectories are available for immediate analysis and display on a host computer with achievable latency (delays) of less than 0.5 milliseconds, perfect for real-time applications.

The captured field expands at 1.6 x the distance from the CODA unit. The nominal operating range is between 2.0m and 4.5m from the unit (nominal capture volume approximately 75 cubic meters), though it is possible to go out to 10m and beyond with high power markers under normal laboratory conditions.

CXS CODA Sensor Units

The CXS sensor unit (CODA unit) is capable of operating in bright sunlight up to 90,000 Lux.

Like its indoor sister product, the CXS combines three motion sensing arrays into one unit. This allows a standalone CXS unit to make a complete 3D measurement without reference to any other units. It also means that the unit can be pre-calibrated and sealed. All the user does is to point the unit at the action.

A CXS unit is usable indoors or outdoors.

A CXS unit is just 800mm long and weighs just 5kg! A user can move a CXS unit to a new location, set up and start recording data in minutes, with no on-site calibration required.

The unique Codamotion sensing technology allows the CXS to achieve resolutions as high as 1 in 20,000 within its field of view (equivalent to less than a half pixel in a 50 Megapixel camera). A CXS uniquely identifies each marker with 100% reliability, so 3D marker trajectories are available for immediate analysis and display on a host computer with achievable latency (delays) of less than 0.5 milliseconds, perfect for real time applications.

The captured field expands at 1.6 x the distance from the CODA unit. Nominal range is between 2.0m and 4.5m distance from the unit (the nominal capture volume is approximately 75 cubic metres), though it is possible to go out to 8m and beyond with high power markers under good conditions.

Markers

Standard Markers

All markers are compatible with the complete family of Codamotion marker drive boxes. They take their marker ID from the marker drive box.

Standard markers are recommended for experimental setups where markers will be closer than 3 meters from the CODA sensor units (although the markers will generally function up to 6 or 7 meters from the unit.) They are ideal for use in capturing, for example, reaching tasks where fine detail is measured by placing the senor unit close to the subject.

High-powered Markers

This High Power option comes in a variety of lead lengths from 100 to 600mm. All markers are compatible with the complete family of Codamotion marker drive boxes. They take their marker ID from the marker drive box.

The brighter High Power markers (identified by their blue shell) are recommended for experimental set ups where the markers are more than 3 metres from the CODA sensor units (although the markers will normally function down to 2 – 2.5 metres from the unit). They are ideal for capturing, for example, sporting activity, since they will typically measure up to 10+ metres from the CODA sensor.

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