It's been almost one year since i've asked here about the location-based AR feature in Unity3D-wikitudeSDK. I was replied that within couple of months it would be available.
The unique feature of Wikitude that I always wanted to check-for is SLAM.
I was deliberately waiting for this. It's been a year.. But not got it still.
I'm sorry to say that, I'm really disappointed with wikitude.
Guys, Lemme know if you have any idea when it will be or never will be..
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Hello I want to ask why i failed many times to create object recognition in website targetmanager.wikitude.com?
after create target turn up notification the map creation failed
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@Sheng Heng, let us know if you have problems and we will try to assist you to get it working.
@Monet: Thanks for sharing your experiences with the Wikitude SDK. We leave the comparison of SDKs to our customers. That's why we offer a fully-functional free trial version of the SDK with no time-limit to test the features and don't produce staged comparison videos that let one solution shine. What I can't leave like this, that the Wikitude SDK does not use SLAM tech and space recognition. That is factually wrong and pretty easy to prove. Try-out the sample app that comes with the SDK package and start instant tracking at a scene. Hide the camera and SLAM engine will re-localize immediately, which would be impossible if the SDK does not do spatial mapping of the scene. Of course there are environments where the SDK is challenged and other scenes that will work great. Our work on SLAM has just begun (this was the first release) and we continue to improve the solution.
All the best
@Monet did you get this working successfully?
Is it normal, when I move near virtual object or make rotation between 0 and 90 degrees the tracking bug like I show it in the video below whereas I thought you use space recognition with point cloud tech.
And also, Can we make a similar thing that in this video?
is it possible to record an instant tracking and use it after like an object recongnition ??
thanks a lot