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Survey says: a six-degrees-of-freedom magnetic sensor coil for tracking the position of the controller. The intensity of the three perpendicular magnetic fields is measured to determine the position and orientation of the controller relative to the headset. Cracking open the controller, we find the (much bigger) emitting half of the tracker, and an 8.4 Wh battery to boot.
  • Survey says: a six-degrees-of-freedom magnetic sensor coil for tracking the position of the controller.

  • The intensity of the three perpendicular magnetic fields is measured to determine the position and orientation of the controller relative to the headset.

  • Cracking open the controller, we find the (much bigger) emitting half of the tracker, and an 8.4 Wh battery to boot.

  • The copper shielding sprayed into the coil housings likely protects from RF interference, while letting the magnetic field through.

  • Interference could explain the tracker's odd placement, and this may be a temporary solution. It's "old" tech, and will probably be worse for left-handed use.

  • Not pictured: we also dug up what looks like a custom-designed trackpad ringed with LEDs (for future light-tracking hardware, perhaps?).

Survey dice: una bobina de sensor magnéticode seis grados de libertad para rastrear la posición del controlador.

La intensidad de los tres campos magnéticos perpendiculares se mide para determinar la posición y la orientación del controlador en relación con el auricular.

Al abrir el controlador, encontramos la mitad del rastreador (mucho más grande) y una batería de 8.4 Wh para arrancar.

El blindaje de cobre rociado en las carcasas de la bobina probablemente protege de la interferencia de RF, mientras deja pasar el campo magnético.

La interferencia podría explicar la ubicación impar del rastreador, y esto puede ser una solución temporal. Es tecnología "vieja", y probablemente será peor para el uso zurdo.

No aparece en la foto: también desenterramos lo que parece un trackpad diseñado a medida con LEDs (¿para el futuro hardware de seguimiento de la luz, tal vez?).

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[* icon_note] The intensity of the three perpendicular magnetic fields is measured to determine the position and orientation of the controller relative to the headset.
[* black] Cracking open the controller, we find the (much bigger) emitting half of the tracker, and an 8.4 Wh battery to boot.
[* black] The copper shielding sprayed into the coil housings likely protects from RF interference, while letting the magnetic field through.
[* black] Interference could explain the tracker's odd placement, and this may be a temporary solution. It's "old" tech, and will probably be worse for left-handed use.
[* icon_note] Not pictured: we also dug up what looks like a custom-designed [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/MGWOokdPJY2ZEjdU|trackpad ringed with LEDs|new_window=true] (for future light-tracking hardware, perhaps?).

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