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Old 08-12-2003, 09:13 AM   #1
meluser
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problem with Polhemus Fastrak


Hi

i know this might not be the place for this, but could some one please point me in the right direction.

I am doing a research project using the fastrak polhemus system, along with matlab. Recently, i had some problems with the alignment reference frame command. What i am trying to do, is relocate the origin of the axis at the position of receiver R2. I followed the steps in the manual, sent the command R2 first, and then the command A2....., but this action had no effect at all on the output. The data collected was the same as before.
when i tried to change the origin of the axis directly in fatrak, it worked without problem.
So can you please tell me how can i manage to relocate the origin of the axis using matlab and the commands

Thanks alot for any help
 
  


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