Delan clip with Face track NOIR- need help
cns180784 last edited by
Ok so i have my Delan clip with Face track NOIR, i installed CL eye test for the PS3 eye camera and on there i can clearly see the LEDs so the camera detects them. I then downloaded and installed face track noir along with the point tracker 1.1 update and update for supported games.csv. I double click face track noir on my desktop to open it…select point tracker 1.1 as tracker source, and free track 2.0 under game protocol. I then click start under the GO section but nothing appears in top left where i’m supposed to be able to see it track my LEDs but that section is just black with no readings for yaw,pitch or roll…please help! any help appreciated.
roccio last edited by
Have you tested the camera with the software installed with the CL drivers?
Follow the instruction on his site http://www.delanengineering.com/facetracknoir/
Gyro last edited by
Probably a dumb question to ask here, but do you actually have a PS EYE camera and the drivers that can be purchased for it installed properly. The clip comes with two coloured screens one red one blue and it takes ages of messing around to get it so that all three dots of the leds are visible all the time. i had one used to disappear behind my glasses frame in a certain position. Also using the Facetrack NOIR software, check the virtual head to see if it moves forwards or backwards when you rotate your head, if it does then you need to alter the settings.
Theres plenty of vids on youtube to show you how to set it up properly it took me hours to get it right and once done youll find its best to have the camera pointing at the actual clip rather than at your face, you get far better movement recognition with it like that. Dont be surprised if it suffers crashes in the first instances of using it the profile needs to get worked in and the settings correct for the thing to work properly. When you set the gamma up try to have it so the dots of the leds are about 2 or 3 pixels wide all the way round the head movement. You can use the filters as well they can help, personally i have mine mounted on the lens with bluetac for removal in a change of light. Play with them for the best results and keep notes on what you did. save you making the same mistake twice.
Dont forget Falcon understands TrackIR only so have the TrackIR simulation running and all should be good. If you have multi monitors expect issues with crossover from one to the next.
Having used the clip now for a while it takes a hell of a lot of getting used to and is really touchy, keep camera lens clean, keep leds clean and enjoy.