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Animaze Desktop: What trackers does Animaze support?

This drawer menu contains all trackers Animaze supports. In this menu, you can enable and disable trackers.  Additionally, as you combine multiple trackers, this menu summarizes which trackers are active. 

  • Default: the default webcam face and head tracker in Animaze

  • iPhone: face and head tracking through an iOS device

  • Complex Audio Based Lip Sync: audio-based tracking through an external microphone (if you do not have a web camera or an iOS device for face and head tracking, your avatar will appear more static, as you cannot control its face and head through this tracker)

  • Simple Audio Based Lip Sync: audio-based tracking through an external microphone (if you do not have a web camera or an iOS device for face and head tracking, your avatar will appear more static, as you cannot control its face and head through this tracker)

  • Criware Audio Based Lip Sync: this technology is powered by Criware. It detects vowels that are remapped to the Animaze viseme system.

  • OVR Lip-Sync: this technology is powered by Oculus and it detects 15 mouth shapes that are remapped to the Animaze viseme system.

  • Leap Motion: hand tracking through the Leap Motion Controller device

  • Tobii Eye Tracker: tracks the movements of your eyes and transposes them into the avatar’s eye movements.

  • Axis Perception Neuron: full-body motion capture through the Perception Neuron motion capture suit.

  • Mouse and Keyboard: compatible with 2D avatars. Update your Live2D avatars in the Animaze Editor to have your avatar move a mouse and type as you do. Learn how to update your model by following our Artist Documentation.

Once you have enabled the tracker(s) that you want to use Animaze with, click Save

Trackers Available in Animaze


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