XRAD Remote Positioning
I specifically worked on designing and coding the WebVR remote positioning client and editing the 3D model to ensure correct AR visualisation.
XRAD Remote Positioning is the first platform using WebVR in combination with AR for context-aware remote placement of any content on 3D maps and real-time visualisation in the real world.
For the remote positioning of the objects in WebVR, we used A-Frame and a high-detail 3D model of a London area created by AccuCities, which made it possible for us to achieve unprecedented precision.
The same 3D content is then made available in real time to other users who can view it in the real world through their AR-capable devices.
To localise the iPhone device and display the AR content we used the Scape Technologies hyper-accurate visual positioning service.
This video show how we could create objects in the WebVR scene and spawn them in AR just outside the Scape Technologies office.
Winners announcement on Twitter
Watch the hackathon highlights on Twitter
Read the full article about the hackathon on the Scape blog
Read the article about the project on the AccuCities website
Featured on A Week Of A-Frame 155 - 156
Featured on A Week Of A-Frame 157 - 158
Due to the nature of this Hack, the project will not be shared publicly.
Designed and developed by Team XRAD at the #SCAPEHACK in London, March 2019.
Danilo Pasquariello | @theDart76
Alberto Taiuti | @albtaiuti
Scape Technologies | Hyper-accurate location powered by computer vision.
AccuCities | High detail 3D model of London (Luke Street area).
© 2019 Danilo Pasquariello and Alberto Taiuti
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