Sony released a portable motion capture device mocopi

Sony released a portable motion capture device mocopi
Sony released the portable motion capture device mocopi on November 29, the device is pancake shaped, 32mm in diameter, 11.6mm thick, weighing 8g, only need to wear six mocopi in the head, arm, left and right wrist and left and right ankle using special straps and clips to achieve 3D full body motion capture in any position. mocopi built-in accelerometer and angular velocity meter, support IPX5 waterproof and IP6X dustproof; through Bluetooth connection with cell phones, the maximum communication distance of 10M, the official endurance of 10 hours. When using mocopi, you need to download the corresponding app on your phone for pairing and calibration, and you can export [email protected] h.264 video or action data in BVH format. Motion data can also be imported into Unity, MotionBuilder and other software for secondary creation and development. The mocopi App is currently compatible with six models in the Sony Xperia series and iPhone 12 and above (excluding the two mini models).
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AppUninstaller.com’s App Uninstaller is upgraded to a new version App Uninstaller 2023

App Uninstaller made by AppUninstaller.com is regularly well rated and highly recommended among the review sites. It is the go-to Mac app uninstaller built to completely remove any unwanted app from your Mac devices. The App Uninstaller 2023 is packed with great improvement on core removal and added uninstall capability for more than 1,000 apps.

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Nikon launches black version of retro microsingle Z fc and new lenses


Nikon launches black version of retro microsingle Z fc and new lenses
On November 9, Nikon launched a black version of its retro microsingle Z fc. The model was previously released in silver, and the black version supports the same body color as the silver version, with interchangeable colors including light blue, walnut brown, dark gray, mustard yellow, velvet red, and olive green.
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What is new in iPadOS 16.1

iPadOS 16.1 comes with the two new iPad models released by Apple on the evening of October 18,and will be officially rolled out to all iPad users who are eligible for the upgrade on October 24. Perhaps because there are so many iPad models, this time we’re following Mac’s lead and defining the iPadOS upgradeable devices in terms of the entire product line.

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