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Target Manager Width/Length/Height Input Size - Multimarker

April 25, 2013 - 8:46pm #1

 

Hello,

I am really confused about what units I should input for the dimensions of the images in my multimarker, in the Target Manager interface. I am unable to get a custom multimarker to work properly (no detection at all).

Can someone please explain what the width, height, and length parameters are in the Target manager for creating a multimarker of set dimensions? 

Ex: I have a 3 inch by 3 inch by 1.3 inch cuboid that I would like to augment, but I am confused as to how to input the proper dimensions for each side of object.

I tried using the original vuforia (flakesbox) images with some of my own images as a combination setup, but my AR application (I am using Unity iOS) would not detect any of the sides of the image. 

Even when I use the Vuforia Flakes images on their own without my own images, but through a multimarker that I created using the target manager, the AR application is unable to detect them. If I use the demo Unity package with the multimarker scene that comes preloaded, it works... 

I have been trying for weeks now, and I still haven't been able to get it to work properly. Can someone please tell me how to create a multimarker from start to finish, on the Unity AR platform for iOS. A detailed response will be greatly appreciated! :)

Thank you so much!

Target Manager Width/Length/Height Input Size - Multimarker

February 23, 2015 - 10:17pm #3

From 3inch x 3inch x 1.3inch, you asked him to convert it to mm.

But your inputs Width: 433.0 Height: 693.0 Length: 181.0 don't directly convert into his dimensions.

What am I missing here?

And could you also tell me the dimensions of a soda can, like the one used in the Sample Cylindrical Target app?

Target Manager Width/Length/Height Input Size - Multimarker

April 26, 2013 - 8:16am #2

My suggestion is to use millimetres.  

In my experience when units are quite small e.g. single digits it can adversely affect detection.

Regarding the dimensions specifically, here are the dimensions I used when uploading a multi target that modelled a packet of cigarettes:

Width: 433.0 Height: 693.0 Length: 181.0

So, hopefully form this you can work out which side needs to be which.

Hope this can work for you.

 

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