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Rokoko Announces Smartsuit Pro II

Next gen mocap suite features easy use and setup, allowing real-time animation anywhere; upgrades include ready multi-level tracking, optimization for high impact, and native integration into the Rokoko Smartgloves – now available for preorder.

Rokoko has announced the upcoming launch of Smartsuit Pro II, its next generation Smartsuit Pro, a motion capture suit for independent creators. The mocap suite facilitates real-time animation via a Wi-Fi connection using the company’s free Rokoko Studio software. Creators can quickly record, clean, and edit the data and stream it live into dozens of tools including Unreal, Unity, Blender, Maya, and iClone for instantaneous feedback. Smartsuit Pro II will be available in January and Rokoko is now accepting preorders.

“We’ve spoken with thousands of our users to identify what matters most and I’m confident that Smartsuit Pro II is improved on the points that add the most value for them and take their motion capture to the next level,” says Jakob Balslev, CEO and founder of Rokoko. “Reducing drift, allowing for more high impact tracking, and unlocking multi-level tracking might not mean a lot to the outside world, but will mean the world to our users.”

Check out the latest features:

Smartsuit Pro II is designed for ease of use and set up and features performance upgrades to enhance characters with richer movement, while speeding up the animation workflow.

Key performance upgrades include:

  • Ready for Multi-Level Tracking - users can track elevation movement on stairs, ladders, and along the y-axis.
  • Optimized for high impact use - punching, fighting, and falling doesn’t compromise data quality.
  • Better locomotion accuracy over time - catering for a significant reduction in drift for more reliable and longer streaming times.
  • Native integration into the Rokoko Smartgloves - only one portable USB-C battery is required to power the entire motion capture system.

Additional information is available here.

Source: Rokoko

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