Attach AR content to objects & scenes
Wikitude Object & Scene Tracking
Object Tracking enables real-time 360° augmented reality experiences around physical objects.
Scene Tracking makes it possible to recognize, track and augment feature-rich rooms, scenes, and larger objects.
Object and Scene Tracking is the ideal AR feature for augmenting products, industrial machinery, historical monuments, art pieces, building façades, and more.
3D Model Object Tracking (Beta)
Create high-performing Unity object tracking AR experiences for iOS and Android using 3D models (like CAD models or runtime assets). For example, work with reflective and feature-poor objects such as vehicles, large-scale industrial machines, home appliances, toys and more.
Apply for Beta Testing
Object Tracking introduces a new type of marker-based AR experience. Just like Image Tracking recognizes images and planar surfaces, Object Tracking works with 3D structures and objects. Detection bases on an object’s pre-recorded map. The workflow is simple: take pictures of an object, upload them to Wikitude Studio, embed it into your app. Meanwhile, you can apply for our beta testing to create better 3D Model Object Tracking experiences.
This feature evolves from the Object tracking technology. Firstly, scene Tracking advances in recognizing and tracking a wide span of objects and spaces: from small objects to large-scale ones like complex machinery, rooms, buildings, landscapes, and industrial sites. Moreover, this technology also offers more precise localization for more comprehensive recognition demands in gaming, industrial maintenance, and other use cases.
Object & Scene Tracking AR Use Cases
Enterprise augmented reality
Enterprise use of AR takes production, distribution, maintenance, and remote assistance to the next level. From capturing, sharing, and delivering work instructions and AR content to enabling expert collaboration when and where needed – AR enables innovation and higher ROI.