Atraxa Development Kits
Atraxa provides OEMs with a straightforward integration path for adding wireless 6DOF tracking to their XR platform. Hardware agnostic, Atraxa consists of small, low-power modules that embed directly and invisibly into almost any headset or peripheral. For example, controllers, weapons, or sports equipment.
For further customization, the position and orientation data for each sensor is available at configurable frame rates.
Ready to get started…
Our development kits offer everything needed to get started with EM sensor-fusion tracking technology. You will have the opportunity to assess the technology while minimizing your integration process.
Offering a Comprehensive Partnership
At NDI we understand that system design is only one piece of your complex road to market. Our dedicated integrations team will partner with you through your full journey, ensuring you get to market faster.
Available in two pre-calibrated configurations:
Offering the flexibility to design your own tracking modules
– Bare Tracking Module (x2)
– Tracking Module Interface PCB
– Receiver Module
Allowing efficient integration of early prototypes
– NDI Controller Tracker Module (x2)
– Receiver Module
– USB Charging Cable (x2)
– Two-Port USB Wall Charger
|Atraxa DK1.7 Technical Specifications|
|Receiver (HMD Side)|
|Power||< 250 mW|
|Dimensions||20 mm x 35 mm|
|Interface||96 Khz SPI (EM Data)
240 Hz I2C (Communications)
|Data Processing||NDI Libraries On SnapDragon SoC|
|Transmitter (Controller Side)|
|Power (variable)||400 mW @ 100 mm
1.4 W @ 1.2 m
|Dimensions||25 mm x 25 mm x 25 mm|
|Functional Range||0.1 m–1.2 m|
|Noise (Precision)||1 mm RMS @ 0.5 m
2 mm RMS @ 0.8 m
|Accuracy||4 mm RMS @ 0.5 m
8 mm RMS @ 0.8 m
|Latency||< 14 ms without forward prediction. Forward prediction reduces this to near zero|
|Update Rate||Configurable up to 240 Hz|
*System performance is measured in the operational range of 0.2 m-0.9 m and front 180° and may vary depending on integration. Noise floor, sensor proximity to metal, and other parameters can affect performance.