3D Object Tracking

Track. Augment. Experience.

Jaw-dropping experiences for your audience with AR 3D Object Tracking

Single 3D object tracking using natural features has now been well explored by the Computer Vision and Augmented Reality communities. Augmented reality is a technology that has the potential to be amazing. Augmented reality is technology that combines virtual reality with the real world in the form of live video imagery that is digitally enhanced with computer-generated graphics.

Object tracking doesn’t merely process the trigger as a 2D object over which the AR effect must be overlaid, as happens in instances without OT. Instead, it considers the trigger as a 3D object – and therefore, will consider the trigger’s length, depth and width. This means that the same trigger can fire the render from multiple angles, unlike a non-OT application in which the trigger must be sufficiently head-on to the camera.

At Plutomen, AR is one of the things we are really unbeatable at. Our team of experts in the field of augmented reality can create augmented worlds that are as you’ve visualized them. AR can be used for experiential marketing, training, learning, healthcare, teleporting (with a proven positive impact on survivors of PTSD) and mind-training applications.

One of the key success factors for a3D Object Tracking is how realistic it can be, and this in turn is a function of the hardware used. At Plutomen, we have the skill and the expertise to build for every format.

Single 3D object tracking using natural features has now been well explored by the Computer Vision and Augmented Reality communities. Augmented reality is a technology that has the potential to be amazing. Augmented reality is technology that combines virtual reality with the real world in the form of live video imagery that is digitally enhanced with computer-generated graphics.

Object tracking doesn’t merely process the trigger as a 2D object over which the AR effect must be overlaid, as happens in instances without OT. Instead, it considers the trigger as a 3D object – and therefore, will consider the trigger’s length, depth and width. This means that the same trigger can fire the render from multiple angles, unlike a non-OT application in which the trigger must be sufficiently head-on to the camera.

At Plutomen, AR is one of the things we are really unbeatable at. Our team of experts in the field of augmented reality can create augmented worlds that are as you’ve visualized them. AR can be used for experiential marketing, training, learning, healthcare, teleporting (with a proven positive impact on survivors of PTSD) and mind-training applications.

One of the key success factors for a3D Object Tracking is how realistic it can be, and this in turn is a function of the hardware used. At Plutomen, we have the skill and the expertise to build for every format.

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