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Can I create a composite image target?

May 21, 2020 - 9:26am #1

How can I create a composite image target?

I want create something like a puzzle, but with only 2 image parts. When these images are side by side and the image complete, shows the object. So, can I configura to Vuforia recognize just when the image is complete and not for incomplete images?

Can I create a composite image target?

May 30, 2020 - 10:59pm #4

Hi,

The way that Compositors work is defined by a Compositing Mode. Users can select Compositing Mode to suit their preference or editing needs of a particular Sequence.

To set Compositing Mode for a Sequence select it from Sequence -> Compositing Mode sub menu.

TOP DOWN FREE MOVE

This is the most powerful and complex Compositing Mode. Users can set destination tracks and positions of Compositors freely and create node tree compositions if needed.

TOP DOWN AUTO FOLLOW

Users can set destination tracks freely and create node tree compositions if needed. Compositors follow their origin clips automatically and users can only add one compositor per clip.

STANDARD AUTO FOLLOW

Compositors follow their origin clips automatically and users can only add one compositor per clip. All Compositors have track V1 as their destination track. It is not possible to create node tree compositions.

STANDARD FULL TRACK

This is the most simple and easiest to use Compositing Mode. No Compositors are needed. Fade In/Outs, Wipes and transforms are created with Filters. Some compositing functionality is not available. It is not possible to create node tree compositions.

Can I create a composite image target?

May 27, 2020 - 4:11am #3

ok, the 2 resolves the problem :) thanks

Can I create a composite image target?

May 25, 2020 - 5:53am #2

Hi,

Below are 2 options that I believe are the most straightforward:

1. Using 1 Image Target, try cutting the printed Image Target in half and check at which point the entire image is recognized. The closer it is recognized the better.

2. More robust, using 2 Image Targets. The augmentation is being rendered only when the 2 ImageTargets collide.

Hope it helps.

Vuforia Engine Support

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