Xsens has released MVN Awinda, a wireless tracker based motion capture system to expand its MVN product line. MVN Awinda features on-body straps and eliminates battery packs and cables for even faster setup, easier operation and unconstrained range of motion.
“Xsens believes that a great product fit is critical to customer satisfaction. MVN Awinda is a natural evolution of the MVN product line and we are excited to broaden our motion capture product portfolio to meet the needs of users who benefit from a completely wireless motion capture system,” said Hein Beute, MVN product manager at Xsens.
“MVN Awinda is an ideal solution for us, as it will be used in a class room environment. The accessibility and ease of use of the system allows all students to get hands-on experience and focus on the creative process,” said MVN Awinda user Dr. Farhad Javidi, professor of simulation and gaming development at Central Piedmont Community College.
MVN Awinda consists of on-body straps, a complete set of wireless, rechargeable motion trackers, an Awinda wireless hub and Xsens intuitive MVN Studio software representing an evolutionary step in motion capture.
Along with the release of MVN Awinda, Xsens has released MVN Studio 3.5, which adds wireless functionality as well as new features for its existing users.