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  • Tracking of an exact point of an object
    If you have any control on the choice of the source/webcam, I'd recommend using a camera that can sense depth from the start (lidar cameras, like Intel RealSense if you are building something like a commercial robot; or a consumer device with lidar capabilities like iPad Pros since 2020, because they come with SDKs to do what you want from the start. E.g. or... - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Is it possible to run an AR application on a raspberry pi 4 Model B
    You guys are right that Unity doesn't support building for arm64 Linux. It looks like the op could potentially install Android on the Raspberry Pi, which may allow them to run Android APKs built with Unity. However, AR Core is needed in order for Unity's AR functionality to work, and I suspect it would take additional work to get AR Core working on the Pi with an external camera and gyroscope. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Is Arcore required to build ar apps with unity?
    If the phone doesn't support ARCore, then you would have to implement all of the world / surface detection yourself inside your application code, which is very difficult problem to solve. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Your Augmented Reality Apps Need 3D Avatars, Here's Why
    If you're looking to build a more advanced application, there are plenty of useful resources for all major technologies. For mobile apps, the best places to get started are docs for Google ARCore and Apple ARKit. Both platforms work with popular gaming engines like Unity and Unreal Engine. - Source: / about 1 year ago
  • Unity setup and ARCore installation
    Google ARCore is a platform that has tools for creating Augmented Reality applications. You will need an ARCore supported device for building Augmented Reality applications for Android. Many of the newer smartphones are capable of running AR apps. - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • 10 Top UI/UX Design Trends For 2021
    Google and Apple have already released their augmented reality development platforms, ARCore or ARKit, enabling the seamless integration of the digital and physical worlds. - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • I need help with AR library
    AR Core maybe? - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago

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