Layar Framewrok

by parekh krupa » Mon, 28 Mar 2011 17:12:48 GMT


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 Hello,

i am developing an application using augmented reality in android.i am
not abo to understand that how do i start to work with the
application.
can u pls guide me?

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Re: Layar Framewrok

by Robin Talwar » Mon, 28 Mar 2011 17:36:38 GMT


 well there are some api's available if you wish to play around with them you
can check out the wikitude api





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Re: Layar Framewrok

by Kostya Vasilyev » Mon, 28 Mar 2011 17:44:00 GMT


 Have you checked their site?

 http://site.layar.com/create/start-now/ 

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28.03.2011 12:53, parekh krupa :
Hello, i am developing an application using augmented reality in android.i am not abo to understand that how do i start to work with the application. can u pls guide me?
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Re: Layar Framewrok

by miguel » Mon, 28 Mar 2011 21:00:58 GMT


 It depends on what you want to make.
If you just want to make an AR app you can just take the Layar or
Wikitude API and start from that point.
however if you want to make your self custom application, well.. check
this out:



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