Just to inform you all, cooperation between Augumenta and Vuforia is possible and supported:
"# AIP Vuforia example
This example shows how to integrate AIP with Vuforia SDK examples.
Only a patch that handles to integration is provided. Integration is done by
extending existing Vuforia example class (you can find it online at:
https://developer.vuforia.com/downloads/samples, the vuforia-samples-eyewear )
files. We use StereoRendering sample code from there. That is where you should
apply the patch.
You will need to do the calibration of your devices using the Vuforia
Calibration Assistant from https://developer.vuforia.com/downloads/tool.
Failing to do so, will crash the application in the smart glasses.
## Example usage
1. Make sure Vuforia examples are build-able and run-able (you need the
Vuforia SDK, the sample-apps for eyewear with proper license for eyewear
installed via setting the proper values in Vuforia.setInitParameters);
2. Import the modules from AIP SDK (agapi.aar and sre.aar) by using `File->New
module->Import Java .JAR/.AAR Package`;
3. You also need to tell the app to compile the agapi. You add in
app/build.gradle, in `dependencies` section, the following line:
4. In the same app/build.gradle you need to update `minSdkVersion 14` (was 8);
5. Apply the patch to StereoRendering.java:
6. You also need to add the Augumenta License to the resources by inserting
the following line to the app/src/main/AndroidManifest.xml:
7. Fix any package names to suit your company licenses (refactor com.vuforia...)
8. Build and start `MainActivity`
Hand pose detections are printed to LogCat."
You need to proper install augumenta and vuforia and then start to build project.