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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $12,000 - Posted
ARfolio Augmented Reality Project: Scope of project is to develop a platform, similar to Layar.com and wikitude.com, which provides a cloud based service to create Augmented Reality content. We are focuson 2-D image recognition, mainly printed material and 2-D real world objects. The project is divided in 3 main parts which will be done by our future development partner(s) or freelancers: (please tell for which of this part you will apply) 1. AR Image Recognition Engine The IR engine is running on the web server, analyzing the images which are uploaded to it and give back a result which makes it possible for the mobile app later to find matching images which are scanned by the mobile user. 2. The AR-Editor The cloud based AR Editor will run inside a web browser window and will give the user the possibility to create AR layers (overlays) to the related "trigger-images" which were uploaded previously. Creating the content will be done by "drag 'n' drop" a widget onto the working space on the mid of the editor window. After placing a widget, a dialog window should appear, where settings can be made for each different kind of widget. Objects could be for example "buttons" (predefined shape or custom icon/image), "media" (inside gallery or carousel too) or "HTML code" (iFrame) The user created content (page) will be stored after user confirmed it into database on the webserver as HTML/JSON After design is done, the created content layer (overlay) will be stored into the related record of the database entry. (HTML5/Javascript/JSON) 3. The Mobile App (Augmented Reality Browser iOS/Android) The AR-Browser is a mobile app, which will scan an image, using the same algorithm like the image recognition engine which is running on the web server.  After an image is scanned, it will lookup for similar or exact matching images on the web server's database, if a related database record is found, the mobile app will download the related content layer (overlay) and place it on top of the scanned image. The proportional projection of the overlay content should work to some predefined angle. If the angle of view is out of this predefined range, the app should switch to a 2-D thumbnail image display which is downloaded from the server. (preview image) and should put the AR overlay on top of it. Technical Enviroment and needed skills: Webserver: Linux Ubuntu 12.x, 14.x or Debian 7.x, Tomcat / NodeJS Database: NonSQL database couchbase.com on server and in mobile app for using "offline" functionality. IR-Engine Web-Server: free choice of programming language (using OpenCV framework?) CMS (customer backend) and public website design on the web-server: The CMS for user and account management, project management, statistics and payment gateway will be done and provided by ARfolio. A RestAPI for connectivity will be provide by ARfolio. The Website design and programming will be done by ARfolio. AR Editor Web-Browser: HTML5 with Javascript (AngularJS framework is preferred) or free choice of programming language, if there is a way to add additional widgets later in a dynamic way AR Mobile App: iOS / Android, current versions Base technology: For the image recognition we believe OpenCV is the right choice. It is open source software and looks like the perfect base to start development. OpenCV is not a fix requirement. Any other technology for image recognition is acceptable as long as it runs on the web servers of ARfolio and there are no additional monthly or annual license fees. Detailed description of the AR Editor: The functionality is basically the same as on competitor Layar.com (Layer Creator) which is made in HTML/JavaScript or PixLive Maker  (Objective-J) Please register there for a free account and play around with it. If you do this you will have a very clear view what this project we want to do is all about. But keep in mind, we will not create a one on one copy of Layar. Our Editor will have some slight differences and advantages. We need to talk about this. You will get more detailed information, if we get in contact. Regards, Thorsten Giesseg ARfolio
  • Number of freelancers needed: 3
Skills: Augmented Reality Android App Development AngularJS CouchDB
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $2,200 - Posted
The project involves developing an augmented reality project. We have an infographic that will serve as the trigger for the augmented content. The project will be showcased in an expo. We will be providing the 3D assets to you. You will be required to add the animation/ interactivity to the assets. The output should run on iOS, andriod and windowsOS. You should have game development skills in Unity and experience with Augmented Reality projects. We need to see a AR related portfolio before we can short list you, so please include a link to one.
Skills: Augmented Reality Game Development Unity
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Need to hire an illustrator for a storyboard presentation. The overall theme of the presentation is to show my company's vision of how an AR (Augmented Reality) app we will be creating will impact their business and customers. The illustrator will use my company's ideas and business plan as a guide for the illustrations we need to create.
Skills: Augmented Reality Illustration Presentation Design
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I'm working on an augmented reality project where I'm trying to implement a new kind a fiducial marker into Unity3D. I was previously using marker targets in Vuforia and ARToolkit but the detection wasn't robust enough for my needs. The marker detection I'm trying to implement is called ChromaTag and can be reviewed online at austingwalters.com/chromatags/. You can also access the code on the programmer's' GitHub at https://github.com/lettergram/chromatag ChromaTag is based off another tag system called AprilTags and runs on C++. I need a way to implement this tag system and use it in Unity3D. Having spoken with developers, they have achieved this in the past using websockets or inter-process communication (https://github.com/lcm-proj/lcm) Eventually, this will need to be used in a mobile application on iOS & Android. The first task will be to get a ChromaTag fiducial marker tracking in Unity3D with the ability to attach objects to that maker position in Unity.
Skills: Augmented Reality Android App Development C# C++
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Augmented reality / virtual reality project for a construction company. We will create blueprints that can be ARVR. I am looking for a long term partner or agency to help provide these types of projects ongoing.
Skills: Augmented Reality
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