Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Marker tracking demo on iOS 4 GM Seed


As announced in WWDC2010, iOS 4 supports Full Camera Access. I made a simple marker tracking demo using the new camera API. It was very simple and straightforward to use.

Try AVCaptureSession class for iPhone Camera Access !!


13 comments:

  1. Did you use ARToolkit or one of the other toolkits?

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  2. Hello.

    Nice work. I was wondering wich library do you use for the marker detection?
    ARToolKit ?

    Thanks for sharing.

    Regards

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  3. Hello, Guidewire and Emilia. Thanks for your interest.
    I'm using my own marker tracking library for marker detectoin.

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  4. Hello Wonwoo Lee! Its nice. But can you guide me how I should develope this AR application on iphone?
    I'll be very thankful to you.

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  5. @ Faheem Ullah / Hello, Faheem. I'm currently preparing a tutorial for AR programming, but it's not finished yet. It will be posted on my blog soon.

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  6. Any progress on the tutorial? I'd really like to see that code.

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  7. Hi, I'm very interested in your tutorial too. Thanks for sharing

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  8. Nice work! I'm quite interested as well. Any ETA on a tutorial?

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  9. Hi Lee,

    How did you develop that library? If I want to develope something similar in iphone? Will I have to develop my own library? What is the progress on your tutorial? Waiting rather impatiently for your tutorial.

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  10. Hi Lee, are you available for iphone project work, using your marker detection?

    frontdesk@h1studio.com

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  11. @heng / Hi. Unfortunately, the marker tracking library is not available in public now. It is because of our project issues. You can try ARToolkit or ARToolkitPlus for the purpose.

    Thank you for your interest !!

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  12. Hey, i was wondering how did you add the opengl view over the camera view!
    I am stuck on that part!
    thank you!

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  13. Hello you can do it by using OpenGL texturing or just layering UIViews, which I am using now. Please refer one of my post 'Video background without OpenGL texturing.

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