With these HowTos, you will learn how to properly and effectively use all the features of Antilatency devices.
How to configure Antilatency wireless devices
Any Antilatency device has system, configuring and custom properties displayed in the
tab. Optimal configuration allows you to realize the full potential of the device in both single and multi-user scenarios.
How to create an IR layout for your tracking area
There are two types of horizontal grid Environment: floor and ceiling. Use the
tab to create or edit an Environment.
How to set up the floor tracking area
Floor tracking area
is a kind of
that consists of bars with IR markers and a soft protective covering. It can be easily assembled just like a puzzle.
How to create an Environment routing scheme for the floor tracking area
to create or edit the Environment's routing scheme. Such scheme is necessary for the correct assembly of any tracking area.
How to update the firmware on an Antilatency device
tab to install or update the firmware on any Antilatency device.
We’ve made a step-by-step tutorial to help you learn how to use the Antilatency tracking system and how to set up and configure your hardware.
How to use Antilatency with EZtrack for virtual production
This tutorial aims to explain how to connect the Antilatency tracking system to EZtrack to create a live augmented reality for a virtual production.
How to install Antilatency SDK to Unity
This is a short instruction on how to install Antilatency SDK to your project using Unity Package Manager
How to configure device custom properties
All of the Antilatency devices have their system, configuring and custom properties. Use custom properties to identify the device among others.
How to create custom Socket
Learn how to make your
. You can use the modules from the Antilatency development board or choose other components that correspond to the recommendations given below.
How to set up the ValveIndex HMD custom platform
Custom platforms for the ValveIndex VR headset. With them, you can securely fix the
HMD Radio Socket
in a comfortable position on the HMD.
Configuring the vertical Environment in AntilatencyService
This section describes the vertical Environment configuration. Like the horizontal Environments, the vertical ones are made up of IR markers, combined in bars. Markers can be placed directly on walls, special racks and pillars. During the configuration, we will prepare
for practical use: set up markers in the room, create an IR layout and transfer the bars coordinates for tracking operation.
How to set up the ceiling tracking area
This section describes the assembly and installation process for
Ceiling tracking area