USB Head Tracker KIT, Freetrack Opentrack, TrackIR replacement clip

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USB Head Tracker D I Y KIT, Freetrack Opentrack, TrackIR replacement clip
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USB Head Tracker D.I.Y KIT, For Freetrack Opentrack, or even a TrackIR replacement clip

 

The USB Head Tracker D. I .Y KIT, is ideal for the amateur to solder just a few leads also some components.

Everything is included in the kit for a fully functional USB Powered IR Gaming Head Clip. Being plastic makes it durable that allows some flexing if knocked or twisted while retaining its structural shape, you won’t Bend it out of shape stopping the LED from lining up, Like you could with Metal material clips that are on the market.

This Kit requires you to solder the components & wires yourself.

(Q) How does it work?
(A) You just need a compatible webcam to use this head tracking clip, Then install the free software. Follow these easy steps to get Gaming.

(1) Install The software from the website (info included in package)
(2) Turn On your webcam (webcam not included)
(3) Plug in the Head Clip
(4) Run your Game

Compatible Games that work with with this headset is to long to list but to name some: Elite: Dangerous, ARMA 2 & 3, Euro Truck Simulator 2, FSX, also loads more. Most new games have this feature working straight out the box. Designed & made in the United Kingdom The 3 IR LED’s are invisible to humans, But are picked up by a compatible webcam or TrackIR receiver.

D.I.Y Kit contents included.
3 x LED’s
2 x Black Wire
1 x Resistor
1 x Head Clip
1 x Head Clip Back plate
2 x 1.5mm Heat Shrink
3 x 15mm Heat Shrink
3 x 10mm Heat Shrink
2 x Cabal ties
1 x USB 2 Meter Cable
1 x instruction’s

Software & help files can be downloaded free Here

Shipping Free Shipping to UK on all orders no matter how small. Item will be sent out Same Day and Delivered by Royal Mail 2nd Class 2/3 days and RM International 7/14 days if buying from outside the UK

Resolution In most cases a resolution of 320×240 is sufficient, this is capable of producing a much higher sub pixel resolution, enough to allow accurate cursor control on a high-resolution monitor.

Resolutions 640×480 and above have diminishing returns also correspond to an exponential increase in CPU usage when not sufficiently compressed before reaching the computer. Higher resolutions become more important at greater distance from the camera. The Wii utilizes a low-resolution 128×96 sensor, which is found by some to produce jittery tracking and may require smoothing to improve stability at the cost of decreased responsiveness.

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