It's possible to work in conjunction with Instant Tracking based on ARCore (3D Model on Plane example), with Geolocation?
I want the objects to stay anchored in the ground,in a specific position, but with
their position calculation based on ther lat/lon.
With only AR.GeoLocation and AR.GeoObject code, the objects perspective are weird.
The object moves with the camera and you reach it little by little until it is in its lat/lon position.
Example in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rp3eYuZwfys.
I need a mix between this video, and the video above: https://youtu.be/j8ZJS-BmMtE
Or find out if I can get a better perspective visualization in the geolocation example. (GPS Accuracy was 3 meters only).
I have the same question in my mind.
Is it possible to combine ARCore/ARKit with the Geolocation API? Or does Wikitude handles both cases independently?
This exactly is currently not possible with our SDK.
In case you are only using a few locations and have physical access to the scene you could try to use the save/load instantTarget API (introduced in SDK 8.0). You could then load the instant target when you are getting close to the scene which you know based on GPS.
I'm in the same situation. I have placed a 3d model with geolocation, but it moves as i move towards it....
Did you find a solution for this?
I have tested it outside with an iphone 6+...
Thank you in advance.