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Originally posted on:https://vrscout.com/news/antilatency-6dof-on-oculus-go/
The Oculus Go is an excellent VR headset. Comfortable face padding, a generous field of view, a healthy line-up of software, all without the need for a powerful PC or smartphone. Despite these impressive features, however, the device does suffer from a limited 3 degrees of freedom, a severe setback when compared to competing headsets such as the Lenovo Mirage Solo. Antilatency is out to change that with a new position tracking solution that brings mobile, 6DoF VR to the Oculus Go in just 1.5 hours. Antilatency’s unique position-tracking solution utilizes a combination of headset-mounted Anti-latency trackers, or “arts,” and specialized, sensor-filled mats or “bars” to provide a customizable, as well as upgradable free-roam VR play space. We had a chance to check out the concept ourselves in a live tech demonstration held at this years VRLA in Los Angeles and the results were exciting, to say the least.
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