FAQ
Topic - Augmented Reality Image

Augmented reality is an interactive experience between a real-world environment and virtual content as seen through your phone's camera.

The digital content may be accessed by scanning a registered image in real-world with a mobile device that supports the feature.

With Augmented Reality Image, people can scan an image that has been registered as an AR, and show an animation, video, or 3D objects.

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In this way, Augmented Reality alters one's ongoing perception of a real-world environment by placing a virtual object, while Virtual Reality completely replaces the user's real-world environment with a simulated one.

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Augmented Reality Image needs a trigger image. When the registered image is scanned with the app, a video or 3D object will appear.

Augmented Reality Object doesn't need a specific trigger, but is placed in a surface. To place the 3D, people must scan their surrounding surface and it will be used as the object location after the surface is detected.

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All video that is shown from the AR Image feature is going to loop.

The result video must have the same ratio with the trigger image, the scanned image will be the "frame" for the video.

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