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Augmented Reality with #Processing - Tutorial by Amnon Owed

Augmented Reality with #Processing - Tutorial by Amnon Owed
All of the visuals in the above video were created using NyArtoolkit for Processing. NyARToolkit is an augmented reality toolkit built with 100% pure Java. It is derived from ARToolkit-2.72.1. Like Processing itself it’s open source and free! In this tutorial you will learn how to use it to place computer generated imagery correctly onto real world footage. To do this in real-time NyArtoolkit uses markers – black and white images – to determine the three-dimensional position and orientation in the real world. All right so let’s start with the general setup. 1. 2. 3. 4. All right, time to recap. Example 1: Basic The first example is basic, but holds all of the important techniques that are necessary for more advanced uses of the NyArtoolkit. If you input the following image (place it in the sketch’s data subdirectory)… …into the first code example, you should end up with something like this… Example 2: Dynamic Time to get a little more dynamic. Main Sketch ARObject

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Basé sur Processng, ce sont des exemples de programmes de réalité augmenté. by trackingnewtech May 14

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