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Using Cloud Recognition with my own Database

August 12, 2014 - 4:07am #1

Hello

Can I use web service to collect image targets and 3d objects returned from my own cloud database like VWS with the cloud Recognition

How to use image recognization with my own database using php

October 12, 2016 - 3:05am #5

Hello,

Is it possible to use  image recognization webservice with  our  own database using  php .Please share your thoughts on to this.

 

 

Using Cloud Recognition with my own Database

September 30, 2014 - 9:57pm #4

The TargetFinder class requires Internet access to send camera data to the cloud and retrieve targets back in the form of a TargetSearchResult object. The recognition for cloud targets happens on the cloud server. Cloud Reco will only return 1 recognized target at a time. So when you run TargetFinder.GetResults(), you are getting a single TargetSearchResult. The way the sample is setup is that when a cloud target is found, TargetFinder.Stop() is called and when that cloud target is lost, TargetFinder.ClearTrackables() is called followed by TargetFinder.StartRecognition(). If you comment out those two "lost target" calls so that the trackable is not cleared and the cloud service doesn't resume scanning, then you will see that the most recently retrieved cloud target can be lost and found again even though the TargetFinder.Stop() was called earlier. So, in a sense it is a cache of 1 target.

https://developer.vuforia.com/resources/api/unity/class_target_finder

Using Cloud Recognition with my own Database

September 30, 2014 - 8:51am #3

Hi dm3d, 

Do you think it may be possible to cache data and generate targets when the user might not have access to the internet?

*Crossing fingers...*

Using Cloud Recognition with my own Database

August 14, 2014 - 8:25pm #2

Vuforia exclusively uses its own Cloud Reco service for recognizing targets. You can also use Device DB's which can hold 100 targets and can be stored locally on a device.

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