Motion Core - Release Notes

This article briefly details specific changes included in the product update (recent changes, feature enhancements, or bug fixes). This software suite includes the Game Center, HaptiSync App, Adaptive Gaming Configurator and Drivers.

Motion Core 11.3.2 - July 10, 2023

  • Resolved issues with motion and vibration attenuation configuration.
  • Added new Adaptive Gaming profiles for the following games:
    • Diablo IV
    • Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Game Center - July 7, 2023

  • F1 2023 reviewed and optimized.

Game Center - June 2023

  • Removal of non-supported games.
  • Installations instructions clarified for Microsoft Flight Simulator and Forza Horizon 5.

Motion Core 11.3.1 - June 13, 2023

  • Integrated HaptiSync Test and Calibration codes enable haptic system testing without full library download.
  • Resolved issues with audio capture and haptic output configuration.
  • Improved stability and reliability of communication when multiple platforms are connected.
  • Added new Adaptive Gaming profiles for the following games: 
    • Fall Guys
    • Hogwarts Legacy
    • Ori and the Blind Forest
    • PUBG
    • Star Wars: Squadron
    • Sundered

Game Center Update - May 25, 2023

  • New D-BOX coded game added: 
    • F1 2023

    Motion Core 11.3 - May 9, 2023

    • Improved experience for new users
      • The default playback audio device is now automatically configured as the audio source on Windows PC (first time installation only), making it easier for users to get started right away.
      • New users will now receive accurate subscription information without having to wait for the haptic codes to be installed on their unit.
    • Content update on-demand
      • Users can manually request the latest content updates directly within the app. With this update, users no longer need to wait for the next automatic check. This enhancement ensures that users can access the latest releases as soon as they become available.
    • HaptiSync app enhancements
      • Users can now view the active Adaptive Gaming profile within the HaptiSync app.
      • The HaptiSync app can now be launched by clicking on the Agent icon in the system tray or after installing Motion Core.
    • Stability improvements and bug fixes
      • Crash on startup of Adaptive Gaming Configurator
      • Adaptive Gaming profiles are not always saved in UTF8
      • Invalid Adaptive Gaming profiles loaded
      • Reversed spectrum on KCA
      • Experience mode error message lost when changing mode
      • KAI-1P available as audio source when disconnected
      • Constant vibration upon Adaptive Audio activation on HEMC
      • Invalid audio source level initial value
    • Known issues
      • When switching to Adaptive Audio for the first time after the update, the Audio Source Level cannot be adjusted. Switching to another experience mode and/or audio device and/or restarting should fix the issue.

    Motion Core 11.2 - March 2, 2023

    • Improved experience for new users
      • Easier registration process for PC users
      • Improved haptic device and software status monitoring
      • Improved access point stability and content update check
    • Revamped HaptiSync app for seamless user experience for PC, Android, and iOS users
      • The HaptiSync app for Windows now offers fully integrated support for all available experience modes, including D-BOX Coded Gaming and Adaptive Gaming.
      • The Mobile version of the HaptiSync app can also enjoy the same level of convenience, which guides users by informing them of the specific application to start on their PC.
    • Real-time haptic status updates with new background process
      • Our new HaptiSync Agent, accessible through a system tray icon, displays the current experience mode and software status at a glance.
    • Enhanced configuration options for a personalized experience
      • New configuration options, including the ability to rotate the actuator layout.
      • New configuration options now available to our partners to enhance the D-BOX integration into their own software.
    • Complete G5 Haptic System support
      • All potential Haptic Bridge configurations are now supported, including the use of a single KCU-1P to chain multiple G5 Haptic Systems receiving the same haptic stream.
    • Stability improvements and bug fixes
      • Access point not starting after removing the Ethernet connection
      • Rejected track based on hash mismatch
      • Memory allocation error while preparing new content
      • Critical log during long lasting test on PC related to MotionEngineSneakernet
      • Motion/Vibration values reset
      • R300 access point not starting after unplugging Ethernet cable
      • Error 200 displayed after connecting R300 to Wi-Fi through the access point
      • Wrong partition when checking available space (/dev/root instead of /data)