In our last tutorial, we went over how to use ZapWorks image tracking. In this tutorial, we’ll see how to create a web-based face tracking tutorial using ZapWorks Studio. The inspiration behind this demo is the legendary Arnold Schwarzenegger from Predator. 1. If you’ve gone through our previous tutorial on ZapWorks, skip this step. Otherwise,
Here at Poplar we’re really excited about web-based augmented reality, so we are very happy that Zappar has started supporting WebAR content creation. This tutorial is a step-by-step walkthrough on how to produce a WebAR experience using Zappar’s image tracking technology: 1. Sign up for ZapWorks Studio (free for 30 days) and download ZapWorks Studio
There’s no doubt that AR is a rapidly growing industry. Big names such as Snapchat and Facebook are helping to fuel this growth by providing their own tools, which allow creators to build their own AR experiences. One such creator is Clay Weishaar, aka WRLD SPACE. When Clay messaged us on Poplar’s Instagram account, I
Even since Snapchat released Lens Studio (a free platform to easily create augmented reality experiences), amazing, beautiful, and inspiring Lenses have been made by creators from all around the world. Pushing the boundaries of art and augmented reality, these creators have demonstrated creativity and ingenuity to build Lenses that have been seen by millions of
Snapchat Lens Studio is an amazing tool to easily and quickly create Lenses that inspire and amaze users. The only limiting factor, outside of your imagination, is the 4MB size limit. Here are 4 tips that we’d like to share with you to create Snapchat Lenses that fit within the data constraint. Images More likely
Last April, 8th Wall released a new feature called Image Targets that lets creators build image recognition for web-based AR. Not restricted to QR codes, Image Targets lets you select your own image (as long as the computer vision AI can detect distinct feature points) and build AR experiences with it. This is a huge
Any AR developer will know that the options available today to create meaningful AR experiences are nearly endless. There are many great tools that allow developers with a wide range of skill sets to get started creating augmented reality content. However, each AR development and publishing platform comes with its own set of features, which
These 6 videos will give you a huge leg up when starting your career as a creator. AR is an emerging technology and getting started with it is not that easy. Snapchat and Facebook’s online studios are the most well known, but in this post we highlight many other good alternatives.