Modular headtracking program that supports multiple face-trackers, filters and game-protocols. Among the trackers are the SM FaceAPI, AIC Inertial Head Tracker and PointTracker (IR-tracker derived from FreeTrack). Movements of the head are registered by a simple web cam: no additional hardware is required! Supports Free-track, FlightGear, VJoy, PPJoy and TrackIR, SimConnect and FSUIPC protocols.
Current version is V170.
- Free-track support
- FlightGear support
- PPJoy support
- TrackIR support
- MS Flight Simulator 2002/2004 and FSX support
- Mouse look
with rfactor2 works very well. The camera logitech c270. Does not work with a driving simulator: SHIFT 2 UNLEASHED, Progect CARS You can correct for these simulations? Thank you.
Thanks for Facetracknoir, it's perfect!
Thanks for Facetracknoir, it's wonderful!
very good project, thanks!
I had tried to use FaceTrackNoIR together with AeroflyFS after I saw a Youtube video on the Steam discussion group of AeroflyFS. I was more than happy when I found that version 1.70 worked perfectly with AeroflyFS (and Aerofly5 and Reflex XTR2 too). Remark: With V 1.60 I was not able to get it working on my Win7 Sony Vaio notebook. All I had to do is: 1) check movement for yaw, pitch, roll and the x,y,z axis. In my case I had to invert pitch and x. This is under "Global Settings". 2) under "Game Protocol" Free Track 2.0 settings I checked the TrackIR.exe and chose the option "Use TrackIR/Hide FreeTrack" 3) I saved the settings under "AeroflyFS.ini" 4) Make sure you start FaceTrackNoIR before AeroflyFS My experience is, that you need some time to get used to it during flights, if you are new to head/face tracking. Increased "Smoothing" may help but will slow down response a bit. In my case I first disabled some axis (roll,x-right/left and z-zoom) to simplify my life and get a less vividly moving screen. This greatly improved the viewing and use for the beginning and is easily accomplished with "Shortkey" settings. After a view hours of getting used to headtracking (1-2 days of flying) the joy of having headtracking brought a whole new flying experience. I experimented with "Curves" settings but came back to the default after a while. Now I mostly use all rotations and axis but have a shortkey to disable roll+x+z for my nervous times. In AeroflyFS I was stunned, how I can move in the cockpit now, which is otherwise not possible in the sim and even change my sitting position. What shall I say more than FaceTrackNoIR gave me whole new experience of flying in a simulator. Experience is like going to the next level. Thanks for this great work Michael