FreeTrack 3 Points Cap Model With Integrated Batteries
by cun83, published
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A 3 point headtracking device to be used with FreeTrack ( http://www.free-track.net/english/ ).
EDIT: Use FreeTrackNoIR, it's the successor of FreeTrack (even supports headtracking without an IR device!):
Includes a battery compartment and a opening for a switch.
Designed to be put on top of a headphone.
If you have a Logitech G930 you can use my clip for the G930 to attach the device to your headphone:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:47124 (use one with center guides). Or just use velcro tape, or design your own clip :-)
-2x M3 screws (10-15mm)
-4x M3 hex nut
-3xLEDs, some electronics, 2x AAA batteries
The battery holder is based on this thing: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5079
Print one holder, one tail, one lid
Solder a cable on the corner of each hex nut
Put the nuts into the battery compartment, with the cable going through the channels in the nut traps
Solder you LEDs, put the cables and leds in the arms and the tail
Solder the cables,switch and electronis inside the main box
Put batteries in
Screw screws in
- Start FreeTrack, configure your model (3 Points Cap) according to the screenshot
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