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Rotated Image Target

July 30, 2013 - 9:13am #1

Good evening,

I noticed that by angeling the Marker 45° the tracking performance is betther.

So I decided to use my markers all rotated by 45°. My Problem is now, that I want the WORLD to be always y top, but with the rotatet marker the world y is not top but ofc the 45° rotated axe. So I tried to export a freezed position Pane from Maya, but when I attach the Image Target Behaviour Script it pushes the plane to the bottom again.

How could I use a rotated Image Target but with World Center y Top, without using a second Marker or some thing like this.

 

Thanks for help,

 

Cordial greetings,

Patric

Rotated Image Target

August 2, 2013 - 3:23am #5

thank you very much.

But I don't get how this shoud work on your ImageTarget, it seems to me to be a different thing.

Greetings

 

EDIT: I think I got it huaha :) 
thanks man

Rotated Image Target

August 1, 2013 - 10:28am #4

Rotated Image Target

August 1, 2013 - 8:25am #3

4 or 5 stars.

But of cours I understand that in generall from the front it works betther, but the light situation in the most places is the best on a 45° rotated marker, and for the usecase a big marker rotated by 45° is visible the most time, and provides best AR experience. 

I tried out, to import a rotated and freezed position plane from maya, but that's not possible too because of the scripts. Also some Pivot Assets doesn't work on the marker... . The Point is that i could only transform the models in LocalSpace.

It works, but for example if the Pivot of my Model as child of the Marker, in Localspace is y top and correct, by translating his position for example in y or in z ( if its rotated in 45° in x) bought values are changed, because of the 45° rotation, the pivot is correct but it still translates wrong.

 

Now I would like to be able to use a self made inspector on my Tablet in Realtime... but because of the 45° problem to move my Model 10cm in X i have to make SQRT(c^2/2) pythagoras, and then calculate if the 2 values has to be positiv or negative, so that I can manage the correct translation. I hope you understand me.

 

Greetings, Patric

Rotated Image Target

August 1, 2013 - 2:18am #2

I noticed that by angeling the Marker 45° the tracking performance is betther.

 

Perhaps in your case, but in general the markers are optimised to be viewed head on facing the viewer and are calibrated accordingly.

This is part of the reason you cannot use a "rotated" image target.

What star rating are you finding for your markers?

 

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