Antilatency tracks data drift in version 4.1 of Aximmetry

FAQ Bugs Editions Camera Tracking

 

The Antilatency of our studio has the problem of rotation axis drift in the Aximmetry 4.1 version. There is no problem with the 3.2 version before.

  Antilatency has been upgraded to the latest 3.4 SDK

Using Aximmetry DE Camera Calibrator is very obvious, the X axis and Z axis rotation data are drifting

My friends have encountered this problem with Antilatency

I don't know how to solve the problem?

   VincentJay

 
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Eifert@Aximmetry
12/20/2021 1:10:30 PM
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Hi Vincent,

By drifting do you mean that the rotation data constantly changing in one direction?
If so, and you are using a wired tracker, then please try disconnecting and reconnecting the antilatency tracker's cable. Please write back if this solves the drifting or not when the
drifting is happening.

Warmest regard,

 
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VincentJay
12/22/2021 2:23:07 AM
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Thank you very much for your reply!

The data drift is constantly changing in one direction, and I'm using wired tracking.

After I disconnect and reconnect the rotation data still keeps changing in one direction

I have sent a connection for you to see:

https://youtu.be/VQAIZITMudA

Thanks!

 
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Eifert@Aximmetry
12/22/2021 9:42:37 AM
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Hi Vincent,

There has been a very similar issue for one person here: https://my.aximmetry.com/post/1394-antilatency-202132-error

Are you using one Tracker?
Also, your Antilatency Service settings might hold some clues. If you can, please free to share screenshots of the Environment, Placement, and Device Network tabs of the Antilatency Service.

You might want to contact Antilatency, they could have a solution.

Warmest regards,


 
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VincentJay
12/22/2021 10:29:45 AM
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I had basically the same problem as he did, and had no problems with  2021.3.1

I'm using one tracker wired connection, tried to disconnect and reconnect the usb, but it's not working either.

Hopefully this issue can be fixed for the benefit of more people using antilatency tracking

Thank you very much!

 
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Eifert@Aximmetry
12/22/2021 5:51:45 PM
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Hi,

Your hardware says that you are using a Wireless radio socket and not a wired USB socket:

(I don't know how this is possible, probably you want to contact Antilatency about this)

Note that in the screenshot, you selected the receiver/socket of the tracker. And the actual tracker is this:


Also, you can update the device's firmware using this button, but that might not be a good idea in your situation: