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Recommended Practice for Consumer AR/VR Handheld-controller Location Technology Based on Active Infrared Optics

This recommended practice specifies the technical requirements and test methods for consumer six- degree-of-freedom AR/VR (Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality) handheld-controller location technology based on active infrared optics. It includes the handle's absolute position error, absolute rotation error, static position jitter, static angle drift, movement sensitivity, rotation sensitivity, and tracking system delay, mobile tracking range, pose sampling frequency, maximum light intensity, minimum number of cameras, maximum translation jitter, tracking failure delay and tracking recovery delay. This recommended practice is applicable to the development and testing of active infrared optical six-degree-of-freedom consumer AR/VR handheld-controllers.

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CTS/MSC - Metaverse Standards Committee
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IEEE Consumer Technology Society
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CTS/MSC - Metaverse Standards Committee
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HCL - AR/VR Handheld-controller Location Technology
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Soo Kim
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Jie Zeng

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