Optoelectronic tracking system for shooting simulator - tests in a virtual reality application

Marcin Maciejewski, Marek Piszczek, Mateusz Pomianek, Norbert Pałka

Abstract


We present test results of an authorial tracking device developed in the SteamVR system, optimized for use in a missile launcher shooting simulator. Data for analysis was collected using the virtual reality training application, with the launcher set on a stable tripod and held by a trainee who executed two scenarios with static and movable targets. The analysis of experimental data confirms that the SteamVR system together with the developed tracker can be successfully implemented in the virtual shooting simulator.

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Photonics Letters of Poland - A Publication of the Photonics Society of Poland
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