Still no word on Auro3D or DTS-UHD for home use. Personally, I think Barco should just drop regular Auro (channel and matrix based) and glom on to their partner's DTS-UHD codec and its object approach. Auro is doing that way for theatrical mixing. You MAY see positional data for those extra height speakers with DTS-UHD, but since they're keeping quiet, it's anyone's guess.
Auro 3D is in a few home processors now but there is no film software available on blu ray.
A review of one here. Looks like a fine piece of kit, i suspect Dolby Atmos will get actual blu ray encoded titles and Auro will not.