Is it possible for AR-Media to object track/recognition fruits?

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asked Jun 21, 2017 by Chaosknight (120 points)
I know alot of other AR SDKs have issues tracking organic shaped objects with low contrast/features. Is AR-Media capable of tracking fruits like oranges, apples, and bananas or is it in the same boat as other AR SDKs?

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answered Aug 2, 2017 by Alex (6,680 points)

I'd say that you will have the same issues as other SDKs in this case. What I mean is that if you want to track a fruit whose surface can change over time (think about bananas for example that can change from day to day...) or whose surface reflects lights a lot, then you will have some issues.


More over if you create a target (trackable data) for a specific fruit, let's say an apple, and then you want to recognize and track a different apple then you might have some troubles too. Nonetheless, if the fruit is not too shiny and you just need to track one specific fruit (exactly that apple used to generate the trackable data) then it might work.


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