Augmented Reality SDK for Epson Moverio BT-200

AR for Epson Moverio BT-200

Wikitude SDK, optimized for Epson Moverio BT-200!

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Wikitude Augmented Reality SDK for Epson Moverio BT-200 Smart Glasses

Creating stunning apps for the Epson Moverio BT-200 smart glasses just became became a lot easier. The Wikitude SDK optimized for Epson Moverio BT-200 glasses does all the heavy lifting for you, allowing you to focus on creating incredible augmented reality content. Find out more about use cases, challenges and future potential of AR smart glasses.

Quick Product Facts

  • Includes all powerful features of Wikitude SDK
  • Optimized for Epson Moverio BT-200
  • Binocular screen support
  • Utilises see-through mode
  • 1:1 camera calibration
  • Documentation

Wikitude SDK Features

Object Recognition

Object recognition technology creates an additional touch point to interact with users, allowing real time and 360 degrees AR experiences around real world objects.Build augmented reality experiences using a variety of real-world objects.

Instant Tracking

Ditch the markers! Instant Tracking is the first feature using Wikitude’s SLAM technology. Easily map environments and display AR content without the need of a target image (markerless). This feature works in both indoors and outdoors environments.

Multiple Image Target

This feature enables recognition of several images simultaneously. Once the images are recognized, developers will be able to layer 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 apps.

Extended Tracking

Extended Tracking allows developers to go beyond targets. Once the target image is recognized, users can continue the AR experience by freely moving their devices without the need of keeping the marker in the camera view. This feature now shares the same SLAM algorithm as Wikitude’s Instant Tracking feature, providing robust performance for Wikitude-based apps.


The Wikitude SDK embeds inhouse-built image recognition and tracking technology, which can be used out of the box. It works with up to 1000 images that can be recognized offline. Developers can switch seamlessly between augmenting recognized images and geo-located points of interest within the live camera image.


Adding videos to your augmented reality projects is simple and highly engaging for your users. Wikitude allows you to use either self hosted videos, or videos directly from YouTube or Vimeo. You can even include video with an alpha channel to create your own Hollywood magic in both your Wikitude SDK and Studio projects.


The Wikitude SDK comes with many convenience features to make working with geo-referenced data easy. Design and layout of your points of interest are fully customizable to your meet your needs.


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.


The Wikitude SDK is built around maximum flexibility for developers and cross-platform support. The sophisticated JavaScript API and HTML web view built on top of the Wikitude SDK deliver a seamless experience. There is no difference in creating a modern mobile web page or an augmented reality experience with the Wikitude SDK.


The Wikitude SDK can load and render 3D models in the augmented reality scene. Import your 3D model from your favorite tool like Autodesk® Maya® 3D or Blender. Every 3D model can be used in combination with image recognition targets or with geo locations. The SDK supports animations of 3D models (skeleton animations) as well.
“Wikitude’s Augmented Reality SDK will enable developers to take augmented reality applications to the next level. Epson already works closely with developers across many industry sectors looking to create great applications that significantly improve the user experience both in the workplace, in visitor attractions and at leisure.”
Valerie Riffaud-Cangelosi | Head of New Market Development – Epson EMEA