Below you will find all the latest changes being introduced with ARES Pro 18.104.22.168. Now available on Microsoft Store. This release is focused on feedback we’ve received from users via our Feedback and Support Portals as well as our product roadmap.
The 22.214.171.124 Update is the second larger iterative version of ARES Pro. Its primary focus are stabilization, reliability and scalability features. Improvements for the Multi-User Mode, as well as, File Import.
NEW – Hands and Controllers are now properly shared in a Multi-User session, ensuring better communication between participants.
NEW – The user's hand meshes were revised and are now displayed accurately
NEW – SVF files can now be imported into ARES via glTF
As part of our mission we continuously aim to improving ARES. And bugs are no exceptions. Based on feedback from users, partners and internal developers the following bugs have been squashed.
FIXED – Image Tracking - Tracked Images are not placed correctly
FIXED – Image Tracking - "Re-Align Object" does not align object correctly
FIXED – Interaction - Near Interaction of certain Manipulation Tools does not work
FIXED – JT Import - Loading Cube for parallelly started (JT) Imports shows Placeholder Text
FIXED – Multi-User - Shared Files are not correctly removed if one party is disconnected in a Multi-User Session
FIXED – Multi-User - Files cannot be loaded correctly if requested the second time in a Multi-User Session
FIXED – Multi-User - "Delete All Objects" deletes wrong obejcts in Multi-User Session
FIXED – Multi-User - Hand Meshes are broken and therefore hand gestures are not clearly recognizable
FIXED – Object Management - Object can be realigned even before Loading Cube has been confirmed
FIXED – QR Code Reader - MR QR Tracking Visualizer does not scale with QR Code Size
FIXED – UX - Welcome Screen and Load Space Confirmation Window overlap when going back from Loading Space Selection to Welcome Screen
Below you will find a list of known issues. These issues are defined as bugs, or at times missing features, that is known to the development team and are being actively investigated or developed.