We’re always looking for ways to make the Kudan AR SDK a more efficient and faster way to develop AR applications. Our latest two features, found in release 1.4 for iOS and Android are great examples of this:
We’ve introduced Extended Tracking and Detection where trackables can be extended by automatically creating new markers from the surrounding scene. Unlike switching to markerless tracking to extend the range of a trackable, this is drift-free and supports re-detection using the new markers. Read more here.
Another new feature is Automatic Cropping that enables you to automatically find the most useful sub-region of a trackable image and then use that for tracking and detection. This allows images which contain large borders (for example) to be used without sacrificing tracking resolution. Cropping is automatic and makes no difference to how the trackable objects are used. Read more here.