An AgilePhysio capture session loaded and displayed as a graph using Python
Capture Session showing all sensor outputs
Capture session showing IMU1 angle
Capture session showing IMU1 accelerometer magnitude
Capture session showing IMU1 gyroscope magnitude
3D graph showing IMU1 accelerometer
3D graph showing IMU1 gyroscope
Here's a little tool I wrote in C# for uploading firmware to the nRF52832 SoC on Windows.
Transfer of an init packet
Transfer of a firmware image
Here are some screenshots of the AgilePhysio app we're working on for Mechatech. It's written using React Native with a PostgreSQL database and a NodeJS back-end. It supports both Android and iOS.
Cross platform Bluetooth LE mobile dev using React Native!
Who says database design isn't fun?
Here's a little app I wrote that captures HID data from the AgileVR / AgilePhysio device. The firmware combines two nRF52832 SoC Bluetooth LE data streams containing gyroscope, accelerometer and positional data into a single data stream using HID over GATT. The firmware will boot based on a DIP switch so it knows if it's a left or right device.
Here are some mockups of the AgilePhysio App
We really enjoyed developing the full body tracking software for the AgileVR! It's even more fun to see it in full action! You look great Jack!
We wrote this desktop application in WPF which injects leg movement data into SteamVR or Oculus hardware.