Full Body Tracking device and Motion Capture Tool 17 different types of FBT tools for VRchat!

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FBT(FullBodyTracking) An abbreviation for a technique that operates using the entire body, officially is Full Body Tracking (hereafter referred to as FBT in English: FullBodyTracking). FullBodyTracking is an abbreviation of “full body” and “tracking”, meaning “tracking the entire body”, and the entire body is recognized with trackers (green color), etc. On VRchat, the common VR mode (Quest2, etc.) is called 3-point tracking (see below).


What do people use for full-traditional devices?

How can VRchat users become full traders? But first, how many users
are actually using what kind of FBT?

The Institute knows that there are roughly 800 people who use FBT as of the most recent survey on April 23, 2023.


In the first round of this survey, titled [FBT research], up to 1,800 people were surveyed.
The latest third census yielded the following results.


About half of all vive tacker

About 30% of the remaining respondents were Haritra
5% were unimotion
and the rest were other.

The number of users is VIVE>Haritra>Unimotion.
The ranking here did not change compared to the 2022 survey, even considering the supply situation of each company.

About half of the people using FBT on VRchat are Vive trackers, with other haritraffic and unimotion.
While we don’t know which FBT movements you are seeing on VRchat, it is probably true that many of you are Vive trackers.
Also, Vtubers and others voted in this survey, which shows how mocopi is making great strides.

Unfortunately, however, I have not seen anyone around me who uses mocopi for long periods of time with VRchat FBT all the time, so
I think there is still a lot to be seen. Personally, I am gradually seeing more and more users using gin trackers.
I think that gin trackers are better for long-time use, cost, and availability.

As for the calculation, in the case of MOCOPI, 457 x 0.068 = 31 people voted.
But please include the possibility that the survey was created for VRchat users, but after it was spread by RT,
and used for Vtuber use.

By the way, with the Vive tracker, that would be about 333 people.
Please note that the number of responses inevitably decreases as you go down the survey, and that the number of responses varies
from RT to RT.

As you can see, the FBT device may not be available at all times, depending on availability and supply conditions.
We recommend that you turn on Twitter notifications to be the first to receive information from officials.

In summary: Full Ultra Devices used by everyone.

About half of the total are vive tacker
The remaining 30% or so are haritra
5% unimotion

What are the necessary settings for FBT?

In order to become a FBT research on VRchat, there are a few settings that need to be made after the device is purchased.These settings can be broken down as follows.

Settings required to set up a FBT

1. “Setting up the FBT’s tool itself” (hardware settings, charging, how to attach it to the body, etc.
2. “Setting up a different software than the one that connects FBT’s tool to VRchat”
3. Settings on the VRchat side”

4. “Adjustments to be made each time on the VRchat side (hereafter calibration).

I will not go into 1, 2, and 3 in detail on this page, as many things can change in the future due to modifications.
It would be helpful if you could look at the official website or something more accurate.

Haritra, Unimotion, and MocapForAll are in place, and if your HMD supports SteamVR, you can basically use full tiger.

Haritra, Unimotion, VIVE Tracker and MocapForAll are compatible with Quest2, the first VIVE and Index. Basically, you can assume that Quest2, HTC, and Valve Corporation (Valve) are supported. (To begin with, STEAM itself is owned by Valve Corporation (Valve) of the United States, and the SteamVR-compatible HMD “Vive” was jointly developed with HTC and Valve…) I won’t go into details about this, but for most people who are new to SteamVR, you should be able to use Quest2, HTC, or Valve. Valve, so you don’t need to worry if you are buying around Haritra, Unimotion, or VIVE Tracker. As for whether or not each HMD is specifically compatible, I have not been able to test all of them, so please refer to the official website of each full-tracking equipment for details, or contact the official website for inquiries. (This site is not an HMD specialist. See the blurb about how I created this article at the end).

The VIVE Tracker 3.0 is now available at our institute, including a real avatar wearing the VIVE Tracker 3.0 and how to wear it. You can see how to attach the tracker to your body in section 1 and how to perform “3.


There are four, three of which vary by device; one is explained with video on the following page


Introduction: What is calibration?

Calibration is like an adjustment to synchronize the avatar and real avatar tracker positions If you see someone on VRchat, T-posing in front of a mirror or something, think they are calibrating! The real avatar side is not in the process of calibrating. The real avatar side is adjusting various things at that time, and it can be quite difficult. The following is a video of the calibration including the real avatar.

In the middle of the video, the avatar is in a T pose. This is a feature when it is calibrated. The adjustment at this time is common to all of the 16 tools we are about to introduce because it is just a setting to synchronize the tracker with the avatar on the VRchat side. (Some tools may require more prior adjustment in software or elsewhere.)

and calibration, but first and foremost.

FBT does not begin until you have the FBT related tools.

I would like to start with the VIVE tracker, which is the most popular and most widely introduced, and where many VRchat users have actually seen full-track users. For the initial setup process, we recommend you to visit a website run by another person, so please take a look at it.VIVE trackers are easily misunderstood as “normal movements you can do when you get FBT tools” because they have the best tracking and the highest performance and are the most popular, but they are not the same as the FBT tools of cameras or IMU system. It is important to note that there is so much more that can be done compared to FBT tools. For this reason, I will first explain what full-traffic can be done with the VIVE tracker, and then introduce it.


What is calibration?

The adjustment of synchronizing the tracker positions of the avatar and the real avatar.


[1] Most popular! VIVE Tracker Budget: 80,000 yen and up * Not only the easiest to obtain, but also the easiest to install. Price is high.

Until about August 2022, the only tool that could realistically be obtained without an immediate lottery was the vive tracker.
But now, other devices can be bought, making it easier to introduce full-body tracking.
So why is the Vive Tracker still so popular? We will explain that as well.

Each VIVE tracker will allow one tracking.
In VR mode, you can already track three points: your head and both hands, so it depends on where you want tracking other than your hands and head to determine how many to install.

Q1. How many units do I have to buy to get full-body tracking?

Because this is full-body tracking, it is not full-tracking unless you can read some movement of the entire body. At a minimum, you need to wear two trackers on each leg and one on your waist to be able to track your entire body. So you need at least three trackers plus one piece of equipment called a base station. 

You can see in the video that the number of white balls increases. 1 white ball = 1 tracker.
And you can see that the more trackers you put on, the closer the motion becomes to your real body.
Because the prerequisite for VRchat’s full tracers is to track at least 6 points in total (3 HMD points + 1 waist point + at least 2 points for both legs)

Recommended Purchasing Method

1. First, buy a base station, which is difficult to obtain (you can do it with one, but two is recommended to prevent flying)
2. Buy three trackers
3. Once trackers are purchased, buy a tracker belt to secure the tracker and body. (You can make your own, but it is quicker to buy one.)


I think it is a good idea to do it. Please watch this video, you will see that we are doing up to 10 points, 3 plus 7 points.

Q2. Why buy a VIVE tracker when it is so expensive?

Why do so many people purchase VIVE trackers despite their high price? A very big reason is that there has been a lack of inventory and excessive demand for other devices. Currently, the only route to purchase the device is still to obtain it from official sources, and it is not available on Amazon or other commercial outlets.

It is not possible to become a FBT at any time of the year you want because the inventory is not plentiful to the extent that you have to first apply for and win the lottery.

In our institute, we believe that it is important to be full tiger at the time you want. Also, The movement that the Japanese want is not FBT  of the camera , which cannot be done without constantly showing the whole body. strong>At this point, we believe that only VIVE trackers and IMU-based FBT tool can fulfill this requirement. The Japanese use their FBT  primarily for sleeping, sitting, and dancing. These activities are quite difficult with camera FBTs. However, FBT with IMU system made by the manufacturer is not easily recommended from the standpoint of availability, as the timing is not stable and reservations are required for purchase. The availability of IMU-based FBT is not stable, and reservations are required.

Vive trackers also have a high hurdle in that they are expensive (1 unit: about 18,000 yen), especially if you have a base station (2 units: over 20,000 yen *not sure due to skyrocketing prices due to lack of stock). However, in the case of using a controller as a tracker, you can substitute a used one, so you can become a full tiger for the price of only a used HMD set that works with the base station.

The video below was taken with a used VIVE + VIVE Tracker 3.0.
It’s pretty squiggly, but you can see that you can still fully enjoy the full tiger. 


However, we do not recommend it for those who just want to try out FBT  for the time being, those who do not move much, those who want to use it for V-sleep purposes, and those who do not want to spend a lot of money.

The advantages of such trackers include the fact that they can be immediately expanded by purchasing a tracker and belt when increasing the number of tracking points from 6 to 8 to 10, etc., and Adjustable from 6 to 11 points easily depending on how you feel that day or how well you are charging your batteries. With other devices, this is often not immediately available. Initial setup is also easier than with other FBT.

The disadvantages are, again, the price and the difficulty of mounting. The hurdle of mounting is the same for Haritra and Uni-motion, but compared to camera-related FBT , the hurdle of mounting stands in the way. In fact, I am doing it by changing more and more from used products. The video above was used, but here is how it works when I switched the base station to 2.0 x 2. 


We have been using the same tracker 3.0 all this time.
Without changing the tracker, we can change the base station and HMD so smoothly.

Although there are drawbacks to wearing the device, the tracking response speed is fast and the sense of oneness with the body is extremely high, allowing VRchat to reproduce immersive and accurate motion that cannot be experienced with camera-related FBT . We have received responses from people who used to use Haritra or Unimotion, but when they switched to Tracker, it was completely different and reproduced their movements better. (I don’t know, so this is just a reference.)

As such, the price is high to try out the FBT, but I would recommend it because it requires no calibration on the device side (just turn it on) every time and the FBT expansion to 11 points is as easy and affordable as just buying more. strong> and the immersion is overwhelmingly high, so I would recommend it.
In the case of other devices, the immersion can be compromised because the sensors are easily deranged by things like magnetic proximity.

The biggest problem is that you can’t buy a single base station right away.

As I mentioned briefly earlier, there are a few drawbacks to the VIVE Tracker full-trackers, besides their high price.
First, since the base stations communicate with each other, there must also be no obstruction between the base station and the person.

Second, it is important to purchase the base station first. Because the base station itself is much more difficult to purchase than the tracker (you don’t need an HMD, but you have to purchase an HMD set to get one), this site has written a separate article on how to purchase the base station, the biggest obstacle to overcome. We have written a separate article on how to purchase the Base Station, which is the biggest obstacle.

Base stations are available in 1.0 and 2.0, but if you buy 2.0, make sure your head mounted display is 2.0 compatible. If you are not sure, we recommend that you buy 1.0, but if you go with 2.0, you can add up to 4 more units and it will be easier to prevent tracker tobits, so if you use FBT for a while I recommend 2.0. Basically, 2.0 is much harder to fly than 1.0.

The survey shows that about half of the VIVE trackers are FBT  , so the best way to be sure is to ask people who are FBT in VRchat.


If you can’t get a base station, what to buy to become a VIVE Tracker FBT see how to buy here. 

This method is easy to try and is not affected by the weak yen or inventory shortages.

In the worst case scenario, you can do a full tracker without a tracker. The location of the base station is shown here

Q3. What is the difference in movement between 1.0 and 2.0 base stations?

Here’s how it works. First, this video was taken with a Vive tracker 3.0 x 8 Base Station 1.0 x 2 HMD and Index Controller of the first generation ViVE. This was taken on 2022 11 28.

In contrast, this video was shot with a Vive Tracker 3.0 x 8 Base Station2.0 x 2 Valve Index HMD + Index Controller in
the same standing position and Base The photo was taken at the same standing position with the Index controller
and the Base Station in the same position.
This photo was taken in the same condition as the photo.

You can see
that the movement is much smoother and the tracker is harder to dislodge when the base station version and HMD are changed.

Click here for other questions about the base station (where to buy individual items, etc.)


Q4. What are some cases where haritra or unimotion is a good idea?

It emits light at the base station to recognize distance and position. Therefore

Better case for IMU-based devices

1. if you want to shield the tracker with a blanket or blanket as in VR sleep
2. no strenuous activity & no problem with slipping on the floor
3. no plans to increase the number of tracking points
4. vast space beyond setting up a base station
5. cheap money. I want to use the official manufacturer’s products.

If you are interested in a ViveTracker, we recommend an official device from a manufacturer such as Haritra or Unimotion.
Basically, we recommend the Vive tracker because it is difficult to schedule for 3. and because it is possible to install a tracker for about 80,000 yen and if the HMD is originally made by HTC, it can be handled by simply adding an extra tracker.


[Only for those who have already purchased the product] Those who have already purchased the product and do not know how to set it up.

By the way, if you bought it new but don’t know how to set it up… or if you bought it with Quest+BS… you can take a look at Koharogu! See below for the link!


「Quest Link」時にVIVEトラッカーを使ってVRChatをフルトラでプレイする方法




Trackers are easier to obtain than others
Because they are high street and many people get them, there is a lot of information
Easy to install. Easy to add. There are far fewer setup problems
Fast response time and Practical and sufficient startup time
There are far fewer problems than with other full-traffic devices. Enjoy the immersive experience

Floor recognition
No feet swooning
Accuracy is the best of the bunch. If you want to reproduce dancing or moving objects, or if you value immersion, this is the one to choose
[Only for those who have already installed the Base Station] Easy to install finger tracking


Each Vive tracker costs about 18,000 yen.

Expensive, as a separate base station is also required

I can’t put a blanket or anything over me when I’m v-sleeping.

The cost of implementation is too high to start a full tradable system.

Tongle needs to be installed on the PC side.

USB extensions for tongles, cables for charging, etc. are required and expensive

In the end, I think trackers are the easiest to obtain and the most practical. Base stations are more difficult to obtain, so be careful about that. It’s better to get the base station first!
Here are some other uses for it!


Click here if you want to become a Vive tracker FBT quickly and inexpensively.


[2] Second most popular! Haritra : 30,000 yen~ Inexpensive, easy-to-obtain, recommended tool for full-training introduction. 

Recommendation for Haritra

Very inexpensive; after Sept. 15, 2022, it will be easier to reserve and obtain due to the revised production system. This is a recommended device for FBT installations.

In the past, in order to purchase Haritra, one had to “apply” to the manufacturer and “win” the lottery.
The conditions for this were very strict, and of course some people were able to purchase the product, but not everyone who applied for the lottery
won. This created a situation where it was not possible to become a FBT right away.

By the way, I would like to purchase and try this site, but I can’t. Yes, I am.

The following video is a good example of how Haritra works.

Using Haritora and HaritoraX (*subtitles required)


One of the most important features of Haritra that makes it different from Unimotion-san and others is that it is chest tracking. In general, the closer the tracker is to the movable joints, the more faithfully the movement of the movable joints will be reproduced. Therefore, it is better to think that the movement of the waist and thighs will be a little less integrated. In fact, the above video shows that the movement of the thighs to the waist is presumably moving. There are also disadvantages
such as the belt being thick and thus prone to perspiration. The cable is also wired, so there is a possibility of snagging. Be careful in this regard.

How does it work with 3-point tracking, with haritra, and with tracker is,

The one by VR_Tama-chan, who is primarily a beat saver, is helpful.

The most important feature of Haritra, and the point where it differs from Unimotion-san and others, is that it is a chest tracker. In general, the closer the tracker is to the movable joints, the more faithfully the movement of the movable joints will be reproduced. Therefore, it is better to think that the movement of the waist and thighs will be a little less integrated. In fact, the above video shows that the movement of the thighs to the waist is presumably moving. There are also disadvantages
such as the belt being thick and thus prone to perspiration. The cable is also wired, so there is a possibility of snagging. Be careful in this regard.

The video of Haritra could not be embedded, so Please use this link.

There is one more thing, HERE.

For more information, please visit VR_Tama-chan.

Also, although it is a surprising point, Haritra officially claims that it is possible to use the toilet while wearing it.


・・・・ FBT is possible in the restroom. I was shocked when I read this article.
For more details, please check out the chronological summary of the hari tora!



Recommended as an entry-level FBT machine, as it is inexpensive in the 20,000-30,000 yen range and can be expanded.

Lots of people are getting it, so there is a lot of information available.

Relatively easy to install

I can hang a blanket or something on it when I v sleep.


Less accurate than VIVE tracker.

Various versions are available, each with different extensibility, making it difficult to understand.

The expansion unit is sold out, so there will not be an 11-point full-track anytime soon.

The floor slips


I’ve seen a lot of people move around, but the accuracy is worse than the tracker, sorry about this much.

【3】Unimotion Budget: 40,000 yen (main body price: 49,500 yen)

What about unimotion? Actually, the exact same phenomenon is happening with Haritra.
In order to purchase Unimotion, you will have to “apply” to the manufacturer and “win the lottery”.
The conditions for this are very strict, and of course there are people who were able to purchase the product, but not everyone who applied for the lottery was successful.

Please refer to the immediate delivery information listed at the top of the page to see if it is currently available for purchase.
Access the official website.

I will put up a video from the Daifuku Rana channel.
As for Uni-motion, I think this video sums it up well, so I’m posting the link.
For other details, please check Uni-Motion’s summary in chronological order.


Also, I think the article by Koharogu, who recently obtained it, is the easiest to understand how to use it.


To learn about the official User’s Guide, click here.


Compared to Haritra, elbows and other parts can be extended.

I can hang a blanket or something on it when I v sleep.


Less accurate than VIVE tracker.

There are quite a few users and not many people to ask when you need help.

The floor slips

I would like to buy it and test its use, but I haven’t been able to yet.

Summary of 1-3 Unimotion, Haritra, and VIVE Tracker
What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?

We confirmedin the last VRC FBT Census Summer 2022
that there are very few Uni-motion users on this site, and we expect that there are less than half as many as Haritra.
We have no idea how the unavailable Haritra and Uni-motion work without talking to people who use them on a regular basis, and it is difficult to find them on VRchat, so we had to find a video, so first, we recommend you watch it here for reference. (It’s a long one, 1 hour 37 minutes, but it covers all the major hultras.) 

Each device has its own advantages and disadvantages, but I think the key points in selecting three devices are “roominess,” “V-sleep,” and “long runtime. For example, in terms of startup time

Startup time for each device

VIVE Tracker (3.0): 8 hours 3.

Unimotion: 17 hours 5.

Haritra: 10 hours 4.

Thus, we can see that Unimotion has the longest startup time.

Keep in mind what kind of operation you want to do with the full-travel environment
and try to install it. There are many things you won’t know until you start, so I personally recommend starting with what you can get your hands on


Major FBT Usage

Those who do not: Please select “no” here. [Continued from Q4 onward] Please refrain from quoting retorts in Q3. as it may affect the results of your answers.


FBT What is the major non-full-tracking person using, and how are they using full tracking

with VRchat? This is what we are talking about.

Currently money is too expensive for major fulltra! Not available! There are several problems such as
I can’t afford to set up much! I can spend the time and effort!
This minor fulltrailer is for those who can’t afford to spend the time and effort to set it up.

Here is what we are currently aware of.

Motion Capture

Motion capture is a type of FBT that uses a camera to read and reflect motion.
They tend to be less accurate and faster than those of a so tracker.

【4】Kinect  予算:3万円

Not recommended.


Currently, it is becoming an old tool and is not recommended.

This is how to do  FBT in VRChat using a gaming depth camera called Kinect.
Here is an example of the movement.



Can be done without anything to wear
Easy to buy because it uses a camera.


Not recommended
It is becoming an old technology.

Movement is choppy compared to MocapForAll. Movement needs to be recognized by the camera.

Advance preparation is required

The poses that can be done are limited compared to major flutters.

By the way, I would like to try this site, but I haven’t. Rather, I think MocapForAll looks better because it moves awkwardly. If you are using MocapForAll, please let us know so that we can add a link to your site.


kinect used to be the mainstream motion capture system, but nowadays, I think other tools are better in many areas. I can usually tell the accuracy just by looking at the video…



It is quite difficult to adjust. Not suitable for beginners.

This is a way to do FBT within VRChat using two webcams.
It supports both VMT and VMC protocols, and the official website has
setup and purchase instructions, and the latest information is available on Discord.
If you have any questions, I suggest you ask on the official Discord. (I asked once too.)
Our HP has a proven track record regarding this one, so I am introducing it here.
If you want to do moves that produce fps quickly, this is the way to go. Setup is quite difficult.

Setup instructions (informal but detailed)

The speed and response of the operation at the fastest level

I have over 500 hours of experience with this FBT  tool so I know how to operate it as recommended.
If you want to know, you can ask me directly on Twitter.


Can be done without anything to attach
Easy to get started with one body and two cameras, easy to obtain
Easy to purchase because it uses cameras
Faster movement than TDPT


GPU power must be 3060 or higherNeed
2 cameras to be the same.

Calibration is a hassle
Two cameras are required

There are limited poses compared to the major FBT  tool

Calibration is a hassle
Cameras can be used in a variety of poses and movements.
Two cameras are required
More space is needed than other full-traffic cameras for various poses and movements

MocapForAll is a great tool for those who just want to get started with full traction and start without anything to wear. It’s also inexpensive. However, it might be a little tough for those who move around a lot…

[6] Vseeface use Budget: Free software itself, 10,000 yen for camera, etc. (also great for VTuber use)


For VRchat, I think MocapForAll is a better choice.

This is a way to do a full tiger within VRChat using a single webcam, but it can also be implemented by connecting the VMC protocol with MocapForAll and other software mentioned earlier. It is very versatile and free, and it can also serve as a connection to other software. For example, by combining VseeFace + TDPT or VseeFace + MocapForAll, it is possible to express the whole body + face + hands, etc.

【7】TDPT使用. Budget: Free software itself, ¥3,000 for camera, etc. (also very useful for VTuber use)


This one is easier to use with one camera. Recommended for beginners starting out.

TDPT is a way to do a full tiger in VRChat using a single webcam. TDPT is completely different from MocapForAll in the way it works inside, so it can be done without calibration, etc., without any hassle and with less load on the PC. However, TDPT is not good at slow movements and rotations, which have their advantages and disadvantages. Considering ease of setup and cost, this is by far the best choice. In addition, there is also an iOS version, so if you have a smartphone, you can use it for only 600 yen in real terms.

This is a course for Vtubers, but you can learn more about the use of TDPT in Friday’s video by Bistan.





Can be done without anything to attach.
Cheaper and hassle-free compared to MocapForAll.
Very easy to use with a single camera
Only the cost of the camera and app is needed to get started. Easy to obtain and start right away
Easy to purchase because it uses a camera
Does not require much machine power.


When out of view of the camera, it stops working and moves strangely
Limited poses compared to major full-traffic cameras
Movement is sluggish compared to MocapForAll
No precision, slides on the floor.
Movement is choppy. 

TDPT is totally different in principle from Mocap ForAll because it estimates posture based on data created by the producer. Movement tends to be slower, but it’s also a good place for blurbs, PC specs, and one camera!

The number of people who use Fultra other than the major


Q7. Please tell us about any websites or books that you referred to when selecting Fultra devices.

【8】 AR marker use group Budget: Free for software itself, 10,000 yen for camera, etc.



It is not recommended to do so because of the need to recognize markers and the awkwardness of the movement.

You stick AR markers on your body and move them around, but it’s not easy and it’s easy to create blind spots for the camera, so I guess it’s a very minor category. In fact, we couldn’t find any domestic users when we did our research.

【9】Use HMD controllers, etc. as trackers Budget: 20,000 yen~

The following are methods of using a head-mounted display (HMD) such as VIVE or Quest2 as a tracker, or a controller such as VIVE or Quest2 as a tracker, instead of using a head-mounted display (HMD) such as VIVE or Quest2 on the head. These are also listed here.

Use controllers as trackers

For current VRchat applications, if it’s easy to do, inexpensive anyway, and you can adjust the software relations yourself, it would be the recommended method.
If you can install a base station, you can go full tiger with low cost and high accuracy.
This method is recommended for students and others who cannot afford the initial investment.


Reliability is relatively high with others because of the use of official manufacturer’s products and easy connection

Easy to install because it uses the manufacturer’s official

Cheaply available


Because it is used for purposes other than its intended use, it tends to cause problems such as being heavy and not fitting properly with the body.

Requires advance preparation due to manufacturer’s unofficial method.

Tend to be frustrated by the heavy weight of the controller and HMD as they are attached to the body

There are many users who use this type of equipment. Some of the reasons are that they are easy to obtain, used ones are easy to find, and they are easy to set up. Some people calibrate their HMDs by wearing them around their waist. It’s very heavy, so it’s hardest to keep it up.

【10】How to use a Nintendo Joy-con as a tracker 予算:Joycon


For those who have a lot, it eliminates the tracker fee

Ring-fit accessory belts and other accessories can be diverted without modification.


Because it is used for purposes other than its intended use, it tends to cause problems such as being heavy and not fitting properly with the body.

Requires advance preparation due to manufacturer’s unofficial method.

Stilted movement, poor battery life

Since it is a Nintendo product, you need to try to leave your luck to Nintendo (it may become unusable due to updates, etc.), but there is no shortage of stock, so your fears may be unfounded.

I think there are a surprisingly large number of users who use this. The reason is the same as before: it’s easy to get, and used ones are easy to find. There are more smartphone tracker users because there are more people with extra smartphones.

【11】How to use a smartphone as a tracker





For those who have a lot, tracker fees are unnecessary.





I recommend it because it’s easy to get started. Like before, it’s a smartphone, so it’s easy to get, easy to get used ones, easy to charge, and so on. I’ve confirmed that they are there.。

【12】Tundra Tracker 予算?万円(調達状況による)

This is a way to purchase and use a Tundra Tracker. After the launch of the product on CRAFAN,
the number of production is gradually increasing, but it still belongs to a minor category compared to the major full-trackers.
The first step is to see if you can buy a tracker.
They are now available for purchase in Japan.
For detailed information on how to use the tracker, please refer to the following page.




Anyway, it’s lightweight.

Easy to install. Easy to add

Fast response time


Each tracker costs money

Other than that, unknown.

I think there are quite a lot of users who use this. There are a lot of people who use beat saver and are using it for video streaming. But I don’t know because I haven’t messed with it at all, so you should ask someone who is using it.

【13】one’s own work 予算1万円.

How to make your own using WeMos D1 Mini and sensors such as MPU6050 and connect to VRchat using SlimeVR software. I don’t have a homebrew myself, so please refer to this blog for more details.




Depends on the person’s technical skills and is his/her own responsibility. All component costs can be wasted
Because it is self-made, the degree of difficulty is high for people who are just too skilled.
Tools are required separately

VRC has quite a few science majors, so I know people who do it, and I’ve seen it tweeted many times! It’s like Haritra, so I think a lot of people who couldn’t afford Haritra are actually using it.

【14】Xintracker 42,000 yen


There is also an official tutorial. Unofficial? But there is also a discord.


Official Twitter is here.




From the time you buy it to the time it ships.


Low production
Newly made, few users
Floor slides.



Booth, where I often buy avatars and other items, is the seller, so it’s first-come, first-served, but easy to get if you work hard enough there. Officials are friendly and quick to respond, and if you want to be a full-timer, even though it’s a minor category, this is a good place to start.



Sony has entered the full-trades industry, to my surprise! The most detailed is the official https://www.sony.jp/mocopi/, though, I think the Omesis video (case) is the best way to get a sense of what it’s all about.


Also, recently, there seems to be some Youtubers and others who say that mocopi is cosmetically better for VRchat.
But mocopi requires a smartphone or tablet, so you need to consider the performance of those as well before purchasing.
Sony has entered the market!
The person who is making this is a very active Buicha person, so you can rest assured of that.
If you are a buicha, maybe radio exercises would be just fine, but I don’t recommend it at all because it would be a waste of money
The person who makes this product is a builder of Buicha, so you can rest assured that you are in good hands.







Light and small
Use outside


No expansion kit, so you have to buy a separate one for more precise and integrated movements
Not recommended at all for VRchat, as you can’t enjoy the immersive experience
Costly as a VRchat device compared to other full-tilt devices
Costly as a VRchat device compared to other full-tilt devices
Too many troubles
Requires a separate phone
Calibration is very annoying as you have to do it many times br>Too many troubles
Need a separate phone
The floor slipping phenomenon is very strong
It is very annoying because you have to calibrate it many times.


【16】HaritoraX wireless

It has already been released. As for my impression of the actual product, it is small in size and inexpensive, but is more subtle than the VIVE Tracker, as it does not reflect movement as well as the VIVE Tracker, and has more troubles. I recommend it to those who are cost-conscious. The charging cable is also special and honestly difficult to use. I would recommend it to those who want to take it with them on the go or use it as a stand-alone device. If you are switching from a VIVE tracker, please note that the accuracy is completely different. It’s not like the smooth moves I’ve been able to do before.

Note that this includes Shiftor-related products, but please assume that delivery delays will occur with the exception of trackers. If you want to get it right away, we recommend the VIVE tracker, which is already available in mass-market.




No one has used it at all yet. (Will be shipped in June)

Waiting for more information as the actual situation is unknown.


【17】VIVE Ultimate Tracker

VIVE Tracker (Ultimate) [VIVE Ultimate Tracker] is a type of tracker that uses a new type of camera to estimate location. Up to 5 trackers can be attached. (i.e., up to 8 points at present) It can be done; the Vive tracker 3.0 can be attached to up to 8 units for a full tracker, which is calculated to be 3 points less. The price is ¥31,000 (tax included) and weighs 94 g. The average charging time is 2.2 hours of activation with Quick Charge 3.0.

This time, a PC is no longer required and no base station is needed; simply plug the VIVE wireless dongle into the headset. Connectivity is via dedicated 2.4 GHz/5 GHz Wi-Fi; when connected, the VIVE Wireless Dongle is required.

Supported HMDs are currently the VIVE XR Elite and VIVE Focus 3; support for other standalone and PC VR headsets is currently being planned and a beta version will be available in a few weeks. Accuracy is announced to be worse than Base Station + Vive tracker, and a beta feature that will allow PCVR via SteamVR (i.e., other HMDs can be used) will be released within a few weeks.

This beta will be used to support other HMDs in the future. They plan to post it on the official discord.
The special price reduction for HMD purchasers will be available until December 31.


Other than VIVE trackers, Haritra, MocapForAll, TDPT, and homebrew FBT, we do not recommend any of these for availability reasons. If you want to dance or do other strenuous activities, including immersion, buy a VIVE tracker by looking at how to buy one here. Or, purchasing a new set of trackers with the whole HMD is the quickest way to get a full tracker. However, considering the price, we recommend starting with a haritracer, which is easier to purchase in terms of inventory! We also recommend that you turn on the official Twitter notifications of each company, as information from their Twitter feeds is very fast.

Finally, I would like to explain how this article was created.

I think that people who are extremely knowledgeable about the world are making worlds, holding their own gatherings, or disclosing information on Twitter, rather than making a website or web page.

After learning about the types and words on this site, it is better to visit the websites of people who are actually using them, follow them on Twitter, or ask them directly about their actual experiences.

This site will show you how to become a Fultra
1. For those who know nothing about VRchat Fultra or could not take the beginner’s guide
2. For those who can’t meet their Japanese Fultra friends in time.

I am writing an article with an emphasis on how to become a Fultra immediately to the

For now, if you want to introduce it immediately, it is a tracker to get BS, if you can wait a little longer, it is a Haritra, gin tracker, etc….

Also, to all the Fultra experts out there. I don’t think fulltrageners will search for [VRchat fulltra], so please don’t be too hard on them if they get this part wrong or the amount wrong…

Also, the amounts are seriously unreadable due to the depreciation of the yen, so always check the official. Haritra, Unimo, and Tracker all have had price changes over the past year. For more information on each device, please search and find out by yourself…. Please.

If you want to become a Fultra quickly and inexpensively, click here.

Click here to learn more about the results of the survey on usage by full device.

Click here to learn more about Vtuber tracking.

Click here for a list of Fulltra device manufacturers.

*Fultra is now a trademark of Sifter. Since the word Fultra is not available and may not be published on our website
and may not show up in searches, the manufacturers who actually make Fultra are listed here.