In Motive, the Rigid Body Properties pane can be accessed under the View tab or by clicking icon on the main toolbar. Rigid Bodies pane is used to set the default creation settings for newly added rigid bodies, monitoring real-time tracking data, and applying a transformation to the pivot point. For adjusting properties for existing assets, select the asset in the Project Pane and use the corresponding rigid body properties that appear at the bottom of the pane.
This tab configures default rigid body properties for newly created rigid body assets.
For visualizing tracking history, Position History and Orientation History must be enabled under the Display Settings section.
Real-time info tab lists out real-time tracking information for a selected rigid body in Motive. Reported data includes a total number of tracked rigid body markers, mean errors for each of them, and the 6 Degree of Freedom (position and orientation) tracking data for the rigid body.
There are many potential combinations of Euler angles so it is important to understand the order in which rotations are applied, the handedness of the coordinate system, and the axis (positive or negative) that each rotation is applied about. The following conventions are used for representing Euler orientation in Motive:
The Edit tab is used to apply translation or rotation to the pivot point of a selected rigid body. A pivot point of a rigid body is used to define both position and orientation of the asset.