Analyzing the 6D behavior (3D position and attitude angles) of a rigid structure (rocket or store) being fired or dropped from an aircraft flying is not an easy task. There are few places where the camera can be mounted to ensure good acquisition and the geometry of the projectile (a relatively long and thin object) can become an issue for accurate 3D positioning.
Airborne cameras are generally mounted on pylons or directly on the fuselage of the aircraft with wide angle lenses which requires powerful lens calibration and dynamic camera orientation to compensate for vibrations.
TrackEye 6DoF package is then the perfect toolbox for store separation analysis.
Those 4 points can be shared among several camera views.
3D models (.obj with texture or .stl) of rigid body objects generated with CAD or 3D scanners can be imported and mapped to tracked points for: