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There are two different skeleton marker templates that can be used for entertainment applications: Baseline and Core. Both of these markersets provide high-quality tracking, but the Core marker set templates may provide more stable tracking for high-camera count systems.
Among these marker sets, some of the placements are shared. For example, the Baseline (41) markerset serves as a starting point, and the other baseline markersets add more markers to it. When attaching the markers, you should reference the skeleton avatar from the Builder pane for relative locations. The following charts and pages provide additional descriptions to where each marker should be placed, find related markers or click on one of the baseline markerset pages for specific placement descriptions.
List of Baseline marker set templates
List of Core marker set templates
Higher count markersets have extra markers added to the Baseline (41) markerset, making them Core markersets. This markerset adds hinged toe on each foot to show bending in the tip of the foot. Finger markersets have extra markers on the hand for estimating the finger pose. The upper body and lower body markersets use same marker placements but only on one half of the body.