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#1 Phil Rhodes

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Posted 03 November 2009 - 06:27 AM

Hi,

Only barely on-topic, but I thought I'd bring it up in case anyone can help.

I have become aware of a Hypervision motion capture outfit that's been mouldering in a cupboard for the last few years. It's one of the breed whereby the performer works inside a frame that carries an array of infra-red transponders and wears another set over the usual embarrassing spandex outfit. As such it has somewhat limited capture volume but fairly high precision, and I've seen it work well.

The people who own this thing are thoroughly bored of it and don't want to store it any longer. Two questions arise:

- Hypervision are long since defunct. The people who own this thing have neither the computer systems nor the software that was required to run it anymore. Who might I be able to talk to who'd know something about it, and maybe have the software, such that I could get it up and running?

- Can anyone we know make use of such a piece of hardware and would be willing to make an offer for it?

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