ART is a leading manufacturer of high-end optical tracking systems for Virtual and Augmented Reality. In addition, ART provides solutions for industrial measurement, medical applications and Motion Capture for ergonomics. The company is located near Munich, Germany.
Founded in 1999, ART became one of the most important suppliers of infrared optical tracking solutions for the automotive and aerospace industries, and for research institutes and universities. ART offers a variety of tracked input devices, such as Flysticks and Fingertracking, particularly designed for Virtual Reality applications. Moreover ART provides the only solution for optical tracking inside multi-sided projection systems.
All ART products are developed and manufactured in Germany, which guarantees a high reliability and a maximum of flexibility to satisfy the individual requirements of each customer.
ART Products Benefits :
Quality: High accuracy (typ. sub-mm) - Low noise - Short latency
Flexibility: Fast and easy calibration - Scalable with 2 to 50 cameras - No optical crosstalk - Up to 45 targets - Wireless Interaction Devices – optical tracking cameras for tracking inside multi-sided projection systems – cylindrical markers for non-obstructive targets
Robustness: Safe against magnetic, electric and acoustic interference - Passive and active targets – coated spherical markers
Reliability: Long uptimes - stable software
The combination of ART tracking systems with Dassault Systemes software solutions allows the user to immerse himself into his virtual world. The support of headtracking enables the user to experience his virtual model in a very natural way. Devices such as Fingertracking or Flystick help the user to intuitive manipulate virtual objects, e.g. for doing assembly/disassembly studies. ART's full body Motion Capture enables the user to fully control a virtual human (i.e. in CATIA/DELMIA/3DVIA) in realtime, without any programming. The Motion Capture target set is available in an optical and a hybrid (i.e. optical fused with inertial) variant. The hybrid variant allows for continued tracking if the optical targets are obstructed.