Dynamic mixed reality capture requires attaching a tracked VR Object (a modified Touch) to an external camera in order to capture real-world images before they can be combined with a scene generated by a VR application.
Learn more about mixed reality capture, VR Objects, and the difference between dynamic and static capture methods in the Mixed Reality Capture Setup Guide.
Mixed Reality Capture Mount
To securely attach the camera and the Touch controller to a tripod, or other steady camera mount, Oculus provides 3D CAD files for a mixed reality capture mount. Two 3D CAD files are provided, one for mounting a right Touch controller and one for mounting a left Touch controller. These files can be 3D printed by developers who wish to create dynamic mixed reality capture scenes. The mount is designed to be used with webcams and small DSLRs. The mount may not support the weight of larger cameras.
Note: Mixed reality capture requires only one Touch controller to function - Oculus provides two mount files to accommodate different camera/tripod/VR Object setups.
The 3D CAD files are available in the Mixed Reality Capture Mount Accessory Guidelines.
Below are images of the mixed reality capture mount 1.0 and 1.1 for Touch controllers. Full 3D CAD files are available for download on the Mixed Reality Capture Mount Accessory Guidelines page.
Figure 1. Mixed Reality Capture Mount 1.1 for Touch
Figure 2. Mixed Reality Capture Mount 1.0 for Left Touch (a version for Right Touch is also available)