HTC Vive has recently launched Vive Tracker, or for a third-party alternative, there is the upcoming Tundra Tracker, which will launch a Kickstarter towards the end of this month.
The Tundra Tracker is built to be a smaller and lightweight solution to the Vive Tracker 2.0, which costs around GBP 110. The new Vive Tracker 3.0 is available for GBP 129. However, the most significant advantage the Tundra Tracker could have is connectivity. Vive Trackers require a dongle meaning users would need free USB ports on their PC or USB hub.
Tundra Tracker makes that process simpler, by only needing one dongle to do all the work. There will be 3 dongles available in the market to support 3,5, or 7 trackers available in bundles. The trackers will be available from $94.99 for a single tracker, while bundles will start from $130.
The Tundra Tracker Kickstarter will launch on 29 March 2021. It will support SteamVR compatible headsets like HTC Vive Pro, Vive Pro Eye, Valve Index, Varjo, and Cosmos Elite. The tracker will include an integrated strap loop baseplate to attach to peripherals or the body.
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