The new notochord will be a python module which will allow you to control most of it's behaviours from python. So yes, you will be able to redirect the readings from the sensors at a low level and combine them with any type of custom software .
I personally don't like the VNC solution, and would prefer to use SSH and send the data to a PC. You can also expand Chordata tools, like the Blender add-on and communication protocols to carry and display extra data. But of course, that's just my point of view, you will for sure end up using the technique that fits your needs.
The KCeptor++ hardware won't be available to build at home, at least not on a first stage. It requires a lot of extra work to publish a project like it for public use, and it wasn't conceived to be built by hand. The current public versions of the KCeptor give you similar functionalities and are much easier to build (even if it's still quite a complicated process). We currently recommend to build the mini-KCeptor version created by Valor.
Elediko and make some modifications to the strongtrack system so as not to get anything complicated for anyone that wants to use with chordata system.
Could you rephrase this? I didn't understand. What's the strongtrack system?