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 Post subject: Setup, please help.
PostPosted: Thu Apr 05, 2018 7:11 pm 

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Dear guys.
We are currently aiming at implementing 4 PS3 Eye units, and we would like to install up to 16 PS3 Eye units.
I am watching a tutorial inside the site, but it is not understood.
Is it possible to step-by-step explain as layman can understand.

 Post subject: Re: Setup, please help.
PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2018 6:11 am 
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pas wrote:
step-by-step manual on PS Eye configuration can be found here:

For 16 cameras you need to use circle setup (you should have quite big room for that, at least 8 by 8 meters).

The main difficulty is USB controllers. You can use only 2 PS3 cameras per each USB controller at 60 fps:

So for 16 cameras you need 8 USB controllers in your desktop. Some USB 3.0 controllers from Intel can work as 2 x USB 2.0.
This card has 4 USB controllers inside. So if you use USB splitters for each of 4 USB ports, you can record with 8 cameras.
Also, with 16 cameras CPU or PCI bus may become a bottleneck during recording.
You can consider recording with 2 desktop PCs (or more computers), connected via Distributed Recording.

If you plan to track single actor, 16 cameras may be an overkill (you'll get nearly the same quality with 8 cameras).
But for multiple actors having more cameras is very important.

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