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how could an app recognize world objects outside of the application?

November 16, 2017 - 1:10am #1

I have entered into VR/AR/Ai field very recently.As far as i know I have trained myself both in Unity and Vuforia very well..But when I saw asian paints app,i am unable to get a clue how could they achieve it?

By just focusing the app is recognizing a wall,marking it with bounds and changing it's colour!How it is possible?I checked thoroughly both unity and vuforia core syntax for  the commands and techniques to achieve such things and I am unable to find  a clue.Is vuforia hiding something from it's users/programmers?What is the purpose of learning vuforia for me, when I could not achieve a commercalyy profitable apps?

how could an app recognize world objects outside of the application?

November 16, 2017 - 4:32pm #2

Hello hariSbabu,

Without seeing the application you are referring to, I would guess what they are doing is detecting a target on the wall and then augmenting a plane or some other sort of 3D object on the target that aligns with the wall. Once this has been augmented, they are liking modifying the 3D object's texture and material values within Unity to change the color.

Thanks,

-Vuforia Support

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