Wikitude Augmented Reality SDK for ORA Smart Glasses
Creating stunning apps for the ORA smart glasses just became became a lot easier. The Wikitude SDK optimized for ORA glasses does all the heavy lifting for you, allowing you to focus on creating incredible augmented reality content.
Image recognition and trackingThe Wikitude SDK embeds inhouse-built image recognition and tracking technology, which can be used out of the box. It works with up to 1000 images that can be recognized offline. Developers can switch seamlessly between augmenting recognized images and geo-located points of interest within the live camera image.
Location-Based Services with Geo DataThe Wikitude SDK comes with many convenience features to make working with geo-referenced data easy. Design and layout of your points of interest are fully customizable to your meet your needs.
Optimized for Optinvent’s ORA-1The Wikitude SDK supports the Augmented Reality mode of ORA’s unique “Flip-Vu” display, allowing for immersive augmented reality experiences when “flipped up”. The Wikitude image recognition engine has been specifically calibrated to work with this unique device.
Video AugmentationsAdding videos to your augmented reality projects is simple and highly engaging for your users. Wikitude allows you to use either self hosted videos, or videos directly from YouTube or Vimeo. You can even include video with an alpha channel to create your own Hollywood magic in both your Wikitude SDK and Studio projects.
3D Models and AnimationsThe Wikitude SDK can load and render 3D models in the augmented reality scene. Import your 3D model from your favorite tool like Autodesk® Maya® 3D or Blender. Every 3D model can be used in combination with image recognition targets or with geo locations. The SDK supports animations of 3D models (skeleton animations) as well.
We at Optinvent have partnered with Wikitude to provide a compelling mobile Augmented Reality experience on the ORA-1 smart glasses. Wikitude is a true pioneer providing a mobile Augmented Reality browser as far back as 2008. We believe that with our disruptive hardware and Wikitude’s excellent AR SDK, developers will have a complete package to build never before seen AR experiences for smart glasses.