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Is it possible to detect an object regardless of the detecting position of the device?

April 4, 2018 - 7:39pm #1

I saw the the following vuforia model target feature

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CIWhxf94wk

But what I want is detecting the object regardless of the device's detecting position

 

Let's say I'm trying to detect an auto.

But as I said before, the device have to follow the fixed silhouette.

Does vuforia support detecting 360' of the 3D object?

If not, Does vuforia developing such feature?

Is it possible to detect an object regardless of the detecting position of the device?

April 5, 2018 - 9:34am #4

Hello ajh322,

Pierre is correct that this isn't possible with the commercial Model Targets feature's default behaviour. You could create a less robust version of it by defining multiple Model Targets with different guideviews and providing a means for your users to select the guideview that matches their current view.

The Model Target with Advanced Recognition feature that is currently in EAP addresses this use case as well. This feature allows you to add either multiple models or multiple detection views into a single dataset. This will allow you to define multiple guideviews for your target that will automatically be displayed when the target is viewed from the angles you determine.

Let me know if you have any further questions about this.

Thanks,

Vuforia Support

Is it possible to detect an object regardless of the detecting position of the device?

April 5, 2018 - 2:36am #3

Thanks for your idea. That might help, I hope Straza answer this problem

Is it possible to detect an object regardless of the detecting position of the device?

April 5, 2018 - 1:10am #2

Hi,

No it's not currently possible. But I think if you register to the VIP program you can detect multiple model at the same time so you could theoretically set different model target of the same objet but with different detecting angles and you would get what you want.

 

But maybe Straza will have a better answer...

 

Pierre

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