20 Sep '21
Roman Vdovchenko, Development Director of Antilatency: “The study of the Felbach Center is practically the only professional study on the tracking systems market. I am glad that this time they paid attention to the market of peripheral devices and systems, which in fact are the infrastructure element of every AR/VR project. For us, it is also a recognition of the quality of the products we produce.”The tracking system is one of the important components of every virtual reality project. It allows the computer to understand the position of a person and objects in virtual space, the direction of the user's gaze and actions.
Alexey Kalenchuk, Head of New Media and VR/AR at the Skolkovo Foundation: “Startups that create technologically capacious hardware in Russia are a unique phenomenon. And those who successfully sell their hardware solutions on the international market are generally an exception to the rule. On the one hand, Antilatency develops its own competencies in microelectronics and positioning technologies, on the one hand, and on the other hand, it quickly adapts to market demands, creating convenient and affordable solutions initially for VRAR, and now for the Virtual Production market. I guess this is not the last market they are capturing. And, of course, this is the very freedom that a technology startup can afford, due to the flexibility of the technological architecture, sensor specification and modularity of the data processing system. Technological magic supported by the Skolkovo Foundation”.In addition to accuracy, the main competitive advantages of the Antilatency solution are easy scalability and system maintenance, a wide product line, small size of trackers and compatibility with a wide range of devices and ON. Low hardware latency avoids motion sickness - the feeling of nausea in VR due to latency in image display - and achieves as close as possible to the sensations of reality for deep immersion in the process.