Vuforia Model Target Generator
The Model Target Generator (MTG) is a desktop application that allows you to quickly convert an existing 3D model into a Vuforia Engine dataset. This dataset can be used to create either a single view Model Target, or one that offers automatic recognition and supports multiple models and views.
MTG enables you to confirm whether the features of your model will be useable, to set-up the initial snapping position, and then export the final dataset. There is also the option to train your dataset through our deep learning framework for automatic recognition. The Model Target Generator supports popular formats including .obj, .fbx, .pvz, .stl, .igs, .dae, .stp, and .vrml. Learn more.
The Model Target Test App is an Android mobile application that provides an easy way to validate your target. After you install the Test App, simply side load your Model Target and test the app against the physical object. The Model Target Test App comes preconfigured with a 3D model of the Viking Lander. You can get a 3D-printable model of the Viking Lander here.
Note 1: The Model Target test app supports Android devices running Android 5 and later.
Vuforia Area Target Generator
The Area Target Generator (ATG) is a desktop application that allows you to convert a 3D scan of an environment into a Vuforia Engine dataset. This dataset can be used as Area Target in a Vuforia application to recognize a specific environment and to augment it with information placed in 3D.
ATG will download your scan using provided credentials and generate a Vuforia dataset for both native and Unity application development. More detailed information can be found on the ATG guide.
The Area Targets Test App is an application that can load an Area Target from the apps file-space on the device. Detailed instructions on how to copy the Area Target into the proper folder can be found here. The Test App is provided as an Android pre-built mobile application that can be installed directly to a device. For iOS and the Hololens we recommend to use the provided Unity Projects which can be used to deploy the app to your device.
NOTE: The Area Targets Test App does not contain a target to detect an area, you will need to generate one using the ATG tool first.
NOTE: The pre-built Android Area Targets Test App supports devices running Android 5 and later.
Vuforia Area Target Creator
The Vuforia Area Target Creator application enables users to scan, generate and test Area Targets. By using a depth-enabled mobile device, users can scan a desired space and create an Area Target instantly. For existing Area Targets, this application can be used to test stability and tracking in the corresponding environment.
- Scan an environment and instantly generate Area Targets with a depth-enabled mobile device
- Test the detection and tracking quality of Area Targets
- Reset Device Tracker during testing
Vuforia VuMark Designer
The VuMark Designer allows you to create your own VuMark using Adobe® Illustrator®. VuMarks are completely customizable and designing them is easy. First, select an encoding type based on the type of data that you want to encode, such as a URL or serial number. Next, create a custom design around a logo or image of your choice. Finally, upload your exported VuMark to the target manager and generate as many as you need. Learn more in the Design Guide.
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Vuforia Object Scanner
The Vuforia Object Scanner allows you to create a target by scanning an object with an Android device. Simply install the app, place an object on the Vuforia scanning target, and start the scan. The app gives you real-time visual feedback on the scan progress and target quality and establishes a coordinate system so that you can build immersive experiences with precisely aligned digital content. The test mode allows you to evaluate the recognition and tracking quality within the app before you start any development. Complete instructions can be found in the guide.
Note: the Vuforia Object Scanner is supported on the devices listed here.
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