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Integration with swift

Hi all,

we are running integration tests to integrate 3D models, but all the documentation we found about this is documented in javascript.

We have made all the integration in your documentation:

This documentation explains how to perform image recognition (wtc), objects (wto), but there is no documentation of 3d models (wt3).

Someone could give us an example of how to integrate a 3D model.

Thank you very much

Okay, this is a serious problem.
We were carrying out a feasibility study in order to support augmented reality in our different applications.  Not arranging the loading of models natively makes us discard wikitude.

Thank you very much.


As I explained in my previous post, you can have 3D models with Native API but, since you are in charge of the rendering part, you need to implement 3D models from your side. This is the whole purpose of using Native API, you are in total charge of the rendering system.




It is possible to display 3D models using Native. However, since this is entirely up to the developer to program how he wishes his app to behave, the Native API wraps the main functionalities of the Wikitude computer vision engine and enables the full computer vision power in your app. To keep it lean, if you wish to display a 3D model then you need to program this from your side. This is why you could not find any relevant information in our documentation. As an alternative of course, you could go with our Javascript API, but you already mentioned that you wish to work with Swift.



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