With the Wikitude Store, the world’s leading Augmented Reality platform is now offering licensed technology directly.
“Wikitude makes working with Augmented Reality very simple. You get to develop using web technologies that many of us developers are already familiar and comfortable with,” comments Peter O’Shaughnessy, developer, Future Technologies, Pearson.
The Wikitude SDK store features a variety of distribution and pricing options, ranging from free for non-commercial projects through to 10,000 unique installations of an app. Should developers exceed these limits, the Wikitude Store also features 10,000 and 50,000 additional installs, both competitively priced and available through a self-serve storefront. Naturally, pricing and options for projects that are expected to run over the available packages are available through Wikitude’s sales team.
The Wikitude SDK is the driving force and underlying technology powering some of the world’s most exciting and useful augmented reality experiences. From points of interest around a user to tweets, from Facebook geotagged content to 360 degree augmented reality gaming, there’s no challenge too big for the Wikitude SDK.
“By integrating with Wikitude, Hotels.com can offer customers the ability to look at last minute deals for hotels nearby, using their phone camera. This information in a live view provides to the customer a great, and content rich experience,” says Yannick Barriol, Director of Mobile Marketing, Hotels.com.
The Wikitude SDK is now available to developers everywhere directly from the Wikitude Store.