The Wikitude Android SDK is a software library and framework for mobile apps used to create augmented reality experiences. The SDK supports any kind of location-based use case as well as use cases which require image recognition and tracking technology (vision based augmented reality).
Step back almost 20 years. I was then CEO of a tiny publishing house at a group breakfast during what was then called the American Booksellers Association convention. The guest speaker was a guy with a clearly nutty idea: Jeff Bezos was selling books over the Internet. Every publisher in the room had the same question: who in their right mind would ever buy a book that you couldn't hold in your hands before paying for it?
In hopes of making it easy to experience augmented reality, uSens, a provider of computer-vision tracking solutions for augmented and virtual reality, announced the beta of its uSensAR Hand Tracking SDK. The SDK allows developers to create AI and skeletal hand tracking content for the smartphone,
Virtual reality and augmented reality each received plenty of attention on stage during Google's I/O developer conference this week. The company has new hardware on deck while it looks to ensure the two types of alternate content are available from within more apps both on and off the web.