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'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.
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 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?