Augmented Reality made easy -- place overlays on a camera preview and adjust their position depending on device attitude.
Place overlays on a camera preview and adjust their position depending on device attitude.
Take a look at sample project
pod 'TGLAugmentedRealityView', '~> 1.0'to your project's
Or the "classic" way:
TGLAugmentedRealityViewto your project
Then in your project:
TGLARViewin your storyboard and set its
Build and run
TGLAugmentedRealityExample.xcodeprojon an iDevice. The app will run on the simulator, too, but will give you no camera image or device orientation.
Tap the blue button and search for POIs in the map view. When finished, close the map to reveal the AR view. The POIs will be displayed with a callout and a billboard image.
On the AR view use a horizontal pan gesture to adjust the compass heading and a pinch gesture to adjust the zoom factor, if available in the active video format.
TGLAugmentedRealityView is available under the MIT License (MIT)
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