The AR Browser Framework gives you a new way to present geolocation related data in your mobile applications.
It is A very customizable Augmented Reality Geolocation library. Easy to integrate and customize. Create your own app and add a geolocation view supporting 2D and 3D objects on top of your POIs (points of interest).
- GPS coordinates: Defines a specific location of earth by two numbers: latitude and longitude.
- Point Of Intrest or POI, is a specific point location that someone may find useful or interesting. It incapsulates GPS coordinates and info describing the point.
- POI Actions: POI related events that can be triggered by user. Such events can be things like sharing on social network, viewing media of the POI (e.g. video) and contacting (e.g. phone call).
You should read this document to gain an understanding of the ARBrowser framework. You must be familiar with the basics of Android development, including the Java language.
This documents will explain the basic setup and use of the framework.
- Android 2.3
- Android 3.0
- Android 3.1
- Android 3.2
|Tested on this devices|
|HTC Desire S|
|HTC Wildfire S|
|HTC Eris with 4.0 root installed|
|Google Nexus one|
|Samsung Galaxy S|
|Samsung Galaxy S II|
|Samsung Galaxy S III|
|Samsung Galaxy Young|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1|
|LG Optimus 3D|
|Sony Ericsson Xperia Play|
- First screenshot shows one POI, the label on the bottom shows the title and description of the selected POI.
- Second screenshot shows the POI popup, it appears when clicking on the bottom label or when clicking on a POI, it shows the same info as the bottom label with a list of the actions associated with it.
Lack of accuracy in magnetic sensor in some phones can cause inaccurate calculations of GPS to AR world equations. Mainly with GPS and compass on Samsung devices.
- Quick Start Tutorial
- Building Blocks: Adding POIs
- User Interaction
- Related Documents