Guidelines for an optimal webAR result

Follow

During the creation

 

 

  • Limit the number of open applications on your phone. This will save battery power, prevent overheating and optimise the computing power of your phone.
  • Limit the number of search tabs open in your mobile browser. This will improve the speed and fluidity of WebAR interactions.
  • Maximize the distribution of medium/high frequency graphic elements throughout the marker/image. The visual must be "rich" to optimize recognition and tracking of your Augmented Reality content.
  • Avoid placing your augmentations too outside the target marker/visual to keep the user close to the marker and improve the stability of the augmentations.

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  • Avoid the use of glossy markers/visuals (gold or silver varnish, selective varnish, reflective inks...) Light effects hinder the good recognition of the visual.

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  • Avoid the use of visuals positioned on "deformable" supports (T-shirts, scarves, etc.)

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  • Optimize the size of your markers / images. Avoid small images, they offer a bad recognition index. Choose medium/large markers/images to optimize detection and tracking stability during webAR rendering.

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  • Limit the number of open applications on your phone. This will save battery power, prevent overheating and optimise the computing power of your phone.
  • Limit the number of search tabs open in your mobile browser. This will improve the speed and fluidity of WebAR interactions.

Diffusion

  • Scan the entire marker/image by positioning the telephone's optics well in front of the marker.

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  • Limit the number of open applications on your phone. This will save battery power, prevent overheating and optimise the computing power of your phone.
  • Limit the number of search tabs open in your mobile browser. This will improve the speed and fluidity of WebAR interactions.
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