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This new Sony gadget seems like something straight out of the future. The user straps these Wearables around their wrists and ankles. Once you’ve settled down, the device’s precise sensors will detect your motion and automatically replicate the actions of the virtual character you’ve been playing. In contrast to the main black colour, this band will also have the secondary colours of pink and yellow. It does not contain any kind of battery verification.
Sony’s Mocopi wristbands might be used to track the wearer’s actions in order to customize existing virtual avatars or create whole new ones, the company has hinted. When used with programs like VRChat, these motion trackers make this possible in real-time. The IT giant claims that Mocopi has its own mobile app. With the aid of Mocopi’s software development kit (SDK), users will be able to link their motion capture data to metaverse services.
Consumers’ interactions with VTubers may very well be revolutionized by the brand-new Mocopi device. At the time of this writing, 3D VTubers have a long way to go before they catch up to their 2D brethren. The gameplay suffers since their 3D avatars’ motions don’t accurately reflect their real movements. Sony’s 3D avatars now have more lifelike movements thanks to the company’s new Mocopi motion trackers.
Price and Availability
Beginning around the middle of December, the Mocopi will be available for preorder through Sony’s online shop. Sony intends to release its motion capture technology for VR Headsets in late January 2023 for around $358. Sony has also announced that Mocopi’s software development kit (SDK) will be released on December 15th.