Antilatency
Amazing accuracy combined with ease of use. High precision. Modular design. Wireless connection. Hardware agnostic. Realize the most daring ideas in AR/VR, MoCap, Industry 4.0, robotics, training for enterprises, and TV broadcasting with the Antilatency tracking system.

Hardware

Alt

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.

Tag

Tag is a wireless lightweight Socket 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.

Bracer

Bracer is a wireless controller for 6DoF hand tracking. Bracer allows the user's hands to remain free while interacting with material objects.

HMD Radio Socket

This is a lightweight and small Socket that can act as an access point or as a client. It supports the Extension Module - a module that allows reading external triggers and controlling other devices.
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HowTo

How to configure Antilatency wireless devices

Any Antilatency device has system, configuring and custom properties displayed in the Device Network 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 Environments tab to create or edit an Environment.

How to set up the floor tracking area

The Floor tracking area is a kind of Environment that consists of bars with IR markers and a soft protective covering. It can be easily assembled just like a puzzle.
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