This feature enables recognition and tracking of several images (multi-targets) simultaneously. Once the images are recognized, developers will be able to layer augmented reality content (3D models, buttons, videos, images and more) on each target. Additionally, augmentations will be able to interact with each other based on the targets’ positions. Multiple image target recognition can be used to bring interactivity to many Android or iOS apps, as well as to smart glasses.
Some of the many use cases …
Build your own augmented reality card game. Multi-target recognition allows you to track 2D targets and display virtual creatures, game guidelines, buttons and other interactive content on target images. By adding 2D, 3D animations, and videos, your game or app can take the players’ engagement to a whole new level. Furthermore, combine image recognition with other features and transform any surrounding into a playground.
Optimization of shelving processes
Monitoring shelves has always been an expensive manual process for retailers. However, you can start optimizing product placement and shelving with augmented reality. Recognition and tracking of multiple targets ensure the correct placement of products in supermarkets and stores by guiding workers in the process. Not only does AR help retailers shorten shelving time, but it diminishes error rates and enhances training in the retail industry.