Alt is an optical inertial tracking module. The Alt is placed on objects that are being tracked and determines their position in space in relation to infrared markers.
Bracer is a wireless controller for 6DoF hand tracking. Bracer allows the user's hands to remain free while interacting with material objects.
This is a module for connecting to the
HMD Radio Socket
additional components using the
Antilatency Hardware Extension Interface
. Using it, you can read the external triggers of buttons or connect additional circuits to the Socket.
HMD Radio Socket
This is a lightweight and small
that can act as an access point or as a client. It supports the
- a module that allows reading external triggers and controlling other devices.
Pico G2 Socket
The Pico G2 Socket is a wireless
custom-designed to fit the shape of the Pico G2 headset. With an additional USB Type-C Female port, you can charge the HMD via Pico G2 Socket.
Socket Reference Design
A development board to create a custom
for Alt. You can design your own board using the Reference Design materials provided.
Wired USB Socket
A small and lightweight
that does not support
Antilatency Radio Protocol
Tag is a wireless lightweight
that can be attached to even a small object because of its small size. Tag has a rechargeable battery and is fully functional while charging.
Ceiling tracking area
The ceiling tracking area is a kind of
. The IR markers are embedded in the ceiling, wired, and connected to the power supply.
Floor tracking area
A tracking area consists of bars with IR markers, soft tiles, and connectors. Analyzing the placement of the markers,
can determine its position in space.
Power supply for ceiling and truss tracking areas
The switched-mode power supply has a metal case and is designed to provide power to the ceiling and truss tracking areas.
Truss tracking area
This tracking area type is supplied in the form of Truss Reference Bars, which are fixed onto the truss using special fasteners.