Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
T. Perl, B. Venditti, H. Kaufmann:
"PS Move API: A Cross-Platform 6DoF Tracking Framework";
Talk: Workshop on Off The Shelf Virtual Reality, IEEE Virtual Reality,
Orlando, FL, USA;
2013-03-16; in: "Proceedings of the Workshop on Off-The-Shelf Virtual Reality",
With the introduction of 6DoF motion controllers for game consoles,
low cost hardware for 3D interaction became widely available.
However, no fully-featured software solution for 6DoF tracking
exists that takes advantage of the PlayStation (PS) Move Motion
Controller without additional hardware.
We designed, developed and evaluated a library - the PS Move
API - that enables developers to use the PS Move Motion Controller
as 6DoF input device in combination with a camera. Initially we
solved hardware related problems such as pairing and communication
over USB and Bluetooth. In this paper we describe how we
perform visual tracking and sensor fusion, combining visual and inertial
data. Performance results show that multiple controllers can
be tracked simultaneously in real time.
Developers using the library can choose between a low-level C
API or higher-level abstractions in Python, Java, C# or the Processing
framework. The library is open source, has been developed
and tested on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, and is released
under a Simplified BSD License. It also runs on mobile
Linux distributions such as MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan and Android.
The full source code is available on the PS Move API website at
PS Move, hybrid tracking
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