Extended Tracking allows users to augment reality beyond target images.

Extended Tracking

Use the Extended Tracking feature to go beyond target images.

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Wikitude Extended Tracking

Once the target image is recognized, users can continue the AR experience by freely moving their device without the need of keeping the initializing image in the camera view. This feature combines image recognition and the SLAM algorithm at the base of Wikitude’s Instant Tracking feature. Users can visualize augmentations even when the target is out of view, providing robust performance for Wikitude-based apps.

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aurepairman finds pipes inside the wall with extended tracking

Show hidden information

The technology works by looking for features in the environment around the trigger and by tracking how they move as the user moves. A repairman could visualize the exact location of pipes, a wiring system, an electrical cable installation, or similar information which are normally not in sight. It can improve tracking in a multitude of use cases: from home appliances, vehicles, and art installations to medical devices, production lines and supply management.

Pipes on wall augmented with Wikitude Extended Tracking

Display machinery data

Extended tracking makes it possible to enhance the visualization of large objects, even buildings. The user is able to identify a machine based on the initial trigger and the display data collected from different sensors. He may visualize augmented points which require additional attention, as well as notifications of malfunctions. Be it handheld devices or smart glasses, one of the main advantages is the fact that all the information can be precisely positioned.

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