What's new in release 4.2.0?

The main change in the new release is an ADN library update. The library now can interact asynchronously with Antilatency device properties.

What's new in release 4.1.0?

Release 4.1.0 uses the new Pillars library. Now the vertical tracking area has additional parameters and the ability to ignore "extra" reference bars.

What's new in release 4.0.0?

Version 4.0.0 includes time synchronization for Antilatency devices, advanced features for the Vertical tracking area, working with additional IR markers in Environment and new libraries for our new devices.

What's new in release 3.5.0?

The main changes in the 3.5.0 release feature the addition of a new Arbitrary2D Environment and calibration for Arbitrary2D and Pillars Environment to the AntilatencyService app.

What's new in release 3.3.0?

With the new release 3.3.0, we’ve implemented support for the Linux platform. We are announcing a new product — Truss Reference Bars. It improves the user experience for virtual production studios. The updates include enhancements in AntilatencyService and new Unity Samples for VR headsets based on Antilatency SDK 3.0.0 and higher. All updates from this release are available for Unreal Engine 4.27.

What's new in release 3.2.0?

With the new release 3.2.0 we have implemented support for Raspberry Pi. It has huge possibilities for Drones and Robotics and provides a new way of processing and transmitting tracking data in AR/VR projects. Starting from this release you can configure the Antilatency SDK for Hard Float ABI ARM architecture with a new library, arm-linux-gnueabihf.

What's new in release 3.0.0?

Meet Release 3.0.0. From this version, tracking not only works for a horizontal environment but also for a vertical one. The SDK is generated upon request. The users receive only the components they need that have passed the auto-check for compatibility with each other. Also, the documentation now is not included in the SDK package, and it’s always up-to-date on the website.

Release 2.1.0 and previous