Now, the company claims its suits can track your movement just about anywhere — even while driving in a car, or skydiving. The suits can run for 10-12 hours, and setting them up should take only a few minutes. Xsens says just about every major game company is already using its suits, but they’ll likely be even more in demand as more developers move to VR. They can even detect when people lie, scientists found. While the Xsens suits cost between $12,500 and $30,000, the company says that’s still significantly less expensive than a typical mo-cap rig.
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