this is a nice DIY headtracker https://git.iem.at/DIY/MrHeadTracker <https://git.iem.at/DIY/MrHeadTracker> , not wireless but neither are my headphones
> On 6 Nov 2017, at 18:34, Hector Centeno <***@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Dave,
> Thank you for the reply. Yes, I've seen the Audioease one before and seems
> like it's based on a generic IMU module so that one should be easy to reuse
> for other projects. I've developed Arduino based trackers before but I just
> wanted to find a good use for the Waves tracker. I also considered adding
> support for the NX tracker to my AmbiExplorer Android app and I emailed
> them asking if they would support third party apps to use their tracker but
> got a negative response. They are not supporting that at all. The nice
> thing about the NX tracker is that is very compact and lightweight.
> On Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 1:16 PM Dave Hunt <***@btinternet.com>
>> Hi Hector,
>> This is probably very similar to the one Audioease are offering to drive
>> their "360 pan suite" set of plug-ins
>> You have to scroll down a bit to find the head tracker. The manual gives
>> more info in its appendix
>> I think you're right, the data is encoded. Max or pd may be able to decode
>> it, though I can't find any note of it on the user forum. Some have used
>> similar devices, and have used Arduino to descramble the data.
>> This is all beyond my coding abilities, especially as I haven't been able
>> to find any explanation of the coding and how to derive meaningful
>> orientation data from it. Obviously you have to be fairly advanced coder,
>> who knows where to find the library and know how to use, it to get going.
>> Perhaps it is only available to OEM developers ??
>> If anyone knows how to get started that could keep some of us busy. I'd
>> love one of these that works with my Max patches, and I'm sure I'm not the
>> only one.
>> Dave Hunt
>>> 1. Waves NX head tracker and third party applications
>>> (Hector Centeno)
>>> From: Hector Centeno <***@gmail.com>
>>> Subject: [Sursound] Waves NX head tracker and third party applications
>>> Date: 6 November 2017 16:17:59 GMT
>>> To: ***@music.vt.edu
>>> I got a Waves NX Head Tracker [
>>> https://www.waves.com/hardware/nx-head-tracker ] and I was wondering if
>>> anyone here has managed to use the Bluetooth transmitted data for other
>>> applications than the Waves ones? From what I found seems like the data
>>> transmitted is encoded but I just wanted to double check in case someone
>>> has found something different. I find both the Waves VST plugin and their
>>> mobile app a bit inferior in sound quality, particularly the mobile app,
>>> I was wondering if I could manage to use the tracker with other
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