Introduction: At the just-concluded CES 2019, VR/AR tracking technology team Antilatency demonstrated a 6DoF blessing peripheral for Oculus Go that upgrades the Oculus Go to a 5X5 meter 6DoF tracking device.
At the just-concluded CES 2019, VR/AR tracking technology team Antilatency demonstrated a 6DoF-plus peripheral for Oculus Go that upgrades the Oculus Go to a 5X5-meter 6DoF tracking device.
Antilatency uses a USB connection to a small tracking device on the Oculus Go panel, while providing a 6DoF interactive experience through a hand recognizer. Antilatency's tracking system uses infrared light on the floor, and the tracking plug-in on Oculus Go has an ultra wide-angle module. The company said that even if the light is temporarily blocked, the hardware can track it accurately.
The company currently indicated that it has now cooperated with 10 projects for pilot projects. According to it, one of the projects has tracked up to 5 people, more than 100 square meters.
Antilatency staff claimed that there was only a 2 millisecond delay error in their hardware, and the device was able to perform 2,000 position measurements per second. The feeling of delaying 2 milliseconds can only be noticed in a voice conversation.
The Antilatency tracker is similar to the NOLO tracker and can be used with different types of VR heads. Currently, Antilatency is planning to sell a single Antilatency tracker for $250.