Motion capture (Mo-cap for short) is the process of recording the movement of objects or people.
It is used in entertainment, sports, medical applications, robotics, film making, video games and virtual reality.
It can be used in such a way that when the user moves, the image on the VR device moves naturally from the users perspective. It also enables players to interact naturally and intuitively with games by tracking full position and orientation at all times, whether at the desktop or throughout the entire living room.
We can track head positions, but also full body including hand tracking. This makes it possible to interact naturally with virtual objects.