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Full-body VR tracking has always been a special area of interest since the invention of virtual reality. We understand that the ability to sync the body’s real movement into an avatar is something that creates an unforgettable immersive experience.What is the cheapest way to get full body tracking?
You can track movement, kicking, and rotation of your body when you combine the two pieces together. This solution might be the cheapest way to achieve full body tracking in VR. The price of the Rebuff Reality set on Amazon is $69.99.Is full body tracking possible with the Oculus Quest?
Full body tracking is possible with the Oculus Quest and Quest 2 headsets (currently only in PC VR). The cheapest way to track body movement in VR is by using Kinect. Alternatively, full body tracking can also be achieved with HTC Vive base stations and trackers or using custom tracking solution from Antilatency.How many trackers do I need for full-body tracking?
For full-body tracking experiences, we recommend a minimum of three trackers. At least a tracker on the arm, one on the waist, and one on the ankle or foot. What can you do with full-body tracking? Full-body tracking creates that added feeling of association between the virtual character and the player.