Last week I tried the headtracking. After finally connecting my wiimote to my PC via a new bluetooth adapter, (i lost my old BT adapter with which it worked better), i noticed that the wiimote does not seem to see my homemade IR_TRacker. That's why I searched for alternatives. With success. I would like to introduce you to the Aruco Tracker. Example: First, you need a webcam with a high frame rate. I recommend the PS3 cam here. I bought my for 10 € in the second hand video game shop around the corner. Driver: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eeBsVyiNYcHoJvGMaN9ul2OdvYuQv4VO Then you print out a marker that you can generate here. http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~jwelsh12/enes100/markergen.html Preferably several in different sizes for testing. This sticks it to firmer material and attaches it to your head, I've attached it to the GoPRo headband with a rubber. Works perfectly. Just download Opentrack. https://github.com/opentrack/opentrack/releases and download and install Freetrack: http://www.free-track.net/english/f...hp?PHPSESSID=f6966cea2ed4566e7d3c0cf90e132f50 Now you choose the following settings in opentrack: Now press START! finished! Ingame you can reset the Head position with P. Hint to use any headtracking device in AC you had to Go to options>general and tick "Force 32bit" Here my Aruco Tracker ingame footage, feels so real when driving: This is optimized for Pro Logic, so if you have a Dolby Prologic Surround System, use the Hall Mode and enjoy the deep engine sound. ( Dolby Pro Logic is the only possibility to play yt-vids with surround sound.) P.S: The tracker works without any problems in daylight and at night with a 20 watt energy saving lamp @75fps camera framerate.