Am I missing some additional settings when feeding a CARIF file to Wikitude (like HTTP headers etc)?
over 9 years ago
Thanks for your question. Actually, CARIF is used as an internal interchange format between the browsers, it's not something you should write on your own. The CARIF document is useful for AR Browser vendors, not for content developers.
The way it works is that you use one of the authoring platforms of the participating browsers (either Layar, Junaio or Wikitude) and create the content in the native format. The browsers will then use CARIF as the interchange format to also display your content on the other browsers.
Here's a link to my presentation I gave two weeks ago at AWE 2014, that explains how the architecture works: