Antilatency, Russian-based startup, has not too long ago raised $2.1 million for his or her cell positional monitoring resolution. The corporate plans to maneuver their workplace to San Francisco by June.
The seed funding comes from the Moscow-based IIDF enterprise capital fund and will probably be used to speed up the discharge of its “anti-latency tracker” generally known as ALT.
In keeping with tech.eu, “ALT is a device that allows users to walk around with a mobile VR headset rather than only use head movements. It attaches to the headset and connects with strips of infrared light markers placed on the ground via the tracker’s on-board camera, gyroscope, and accelerometer. The device can predict movement 30ms ahead of time to compensate for any latency, according to the company. It added that the device won’t cause any dizziness, can be used outdoors, and with multiple users.”
“Our team is testing early prototypes and our dream is close to coming true. Virtual reality powered by our tracker gives a miraculous sense of complete freedom, without wires and dizziness,” stated Petr Sevostianov, CTO of Antilatency. “And now we want everyone on the planet to be able to experience the same virtual reality as we do.”
The ATL will probably be offered for about $100 based on the corporate. Whereas the devices poses to supply a pleasant resolution for positional monitoring with a cell VR headset, lots of the huge corporations (Google, Microsoft, and Fb) are additionally creating headsets which have inside-out know-how in-built. In keeping with Add VR, “The ALT solution is still dependent on these lights you place throughout a space. Even so, the technology might still represent a low cost option that could be useful in certain situations.”
Trying to the longer term, Antilatency can also be planning movement controller assist utilizing the identical know-how and plans to launch a Kickstarter challenge within the coming months as properly. Antilatency debuted their know-how at VRLA this 12 months, and will probably be at E3 this June.