The Build Marker Based AR Solution is an application that can detect a marker and create a semblance of an augmented reality experience.
The marker can be detected and identified using the phone's camera and OpenCV library. When the marker is detected, it is then analyzed for color, size, and orientation. This information is used to determine what kind of marker it is (3D or 2D) and whether it can be used to place 3D objects in the scene. If this check passes, the 3D object is drawn at the correct position and orientation in relation to the camera feed from the device.
The mind-ar library added in this section is primarily used to create Marker Based AR project. The entire solution is available as a package to download from the source code repository.
- Download, extract and double-click the kit installer file to install the kit.
- After the successful installation of the kit, press 'Y' to run the kit.
- To run the kit manually, press 'N' and locate the zip file 'mind-ar-js'.
- Open the folder in Visual Studio Code.
- Run the 'image.html' file.
- Scan the respective 'rock.png' and 'bear.png' images.
- Now, you will experience Augmented Reality in your own Environment!
Click on the button below to download the solution and follow the deployment instructions to begin set-up. This 1-click kit has all the required dependencies and resources you may need to build your Marker based AR App.
- While running batch file, if you encounter Windows protection alert, select More info --> Run anyway
- During kit installer, if you encounter a Windows security alert, click Allow
For a detailed tutorial on installing & executing the solution as well as learning resources including training & certification opportunities, please visit the OpenWeaver Community
Visual studio code IDE is used for this development. It becomes easy and simple to develop an interactive UI with Visual studio code.
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