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Using Framemarkers (which are not supported anymore) in latest Vuforia still possible?

February 17, 2017 - 4:45am #1

Hi,

 

I'm trying to update an old app which uses an older version of Vuforia which was still supporting Framemarkers. Is it still possible to use Framemarkers with the latest version of Vuforia? I know that they are deprecated and not supported anymore but does that mean that their not usable at all anymore? We've been using framemarkers all over the place and we can't simply replace them all with vumarks or something else...

 

Also the version i'm using is 4.2.3, how does one migrate to the latest version of Vuforia? The documentation isn't really clear about migrating to 6 from 4.

 

Thx!

Using Framemarkers (which are not supported anymore) in latest Vuforia still possible?

February 20, 2017 - 7:03am #4

@Tripwire999: Maybe you could create "proxy" Image markers based on the frame marker images and use these in the new version of your app. Set the user data to the frame marker id and forward the detection to whatever behavior you had when detecting the same frame marker.

Not sure if they are distinctive enough between each other for this approach though.

Using Framemarkers (which are not supported anymore) in latest Vuforia still possible?

February 19, 2017 - 7:28am #3

medabit wrote:

Hello,

Framemarkers were deprecated in lieu of VuMarks as part of the 6.2 SDK release. Thus, they are no longer supported in their previous capacity.

Apologies for any inconvenience.

Thanks.

 

So it isn't possible to use them anymore at all? Is it possible to download an older version in which they are still supported?

 

Using Framemarkers (which are not supported anymore) in latest Vuforia still possible?

February 17, 2017 - 3:00pm #2

Hello,

Framemarkers were deprecated in lieu of VuMarks as part of the 6.2 SDK release. Thus, they are no longer supported in their previous capacity.

Apologies for any inconvenience.

Thanks.

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