Augmented Reality for multiple platforms
… the all-in-one AR solution including image recognition & tracking, 3D model rendering, video overlay and location based AR. When you’re seeking to build your very own augmented reality app, the Wikitude SDK is your choice. Android, iOS, Smartphone, Tablet, Smart Glasses, PhoneGap, Titanium, Xamarin – Wikitude has got you covered!
Built for Android
The Wikitude SDK is optimized for the Android mobile operating system. It runs on all available screen form-factors from low-end smartphones to high-end tablets. The SDK makes use of the latest core Android concepts from KitKat. The SDK is shipped as a compact library in form of an Android.View class and requires only a minimal set of permissions for your app.
Go to Android SDK page
Built for iOS developers
The Wikitude SDK is shipped as a developer-friendly Framework, which is easily added to your Xcode project with minimal set-up and configuration effort. Apple-like documentation makes it easy for developers to find their way around. The SDK is fully compatible with iOS 7 and obeys Apple submission standards.
Go to iOS SDK page
Works together with Adobe PhoneGap
The Wikitude SDK is based on web technologies, and provides the same method of app building found in Adobe PhoneGap. Other platforms based on the open-source Apache Cordova project can also benefit from the plugin.
Go to PhoneGap plugin page
Built for Appcelerator Titanium
Go to Titanium module page
Works together with Xamarin
The Wikitude SDK is based on web technologies, which makes true cross-platform support a breeze. The component has been optimized for the Xamarin environment.
Go to Xamarin Component page
Optimized for Google Glass
The Wikitude SDK is fully optimized to take advantage of the unique user-interface of Google Glass. Both sensor-based augmented reality experiences and image recognition based experiences are designed to run smoothly and provide an optimal end user experience.
Go to Google Glass SDK page
Optimized for Epson Moverio BT-200
The Wikitude SDK supports the see-through and 3D Mode of the Epson Moverio BT-200, allowing for immersive augmented reality experiences. The Wikitude image recognition engine has been specifically calibrated to work with this unique device.
Go to Epson SDK page
Optimized for Optinvents ORA-1
The 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.
Go to ORA-1 SDK page
Optimized for Vuzix M100 Smart Glass
The Wikitude SDK is fully adapted to the new Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses. Both sensor-based augmented reality experiences and image recognition based experiences are designed to run smoothly and provide an optimal end user experience.
Go to Vuzix SDK page