Multiple tracking images using by a single code


#1

Like to know how multiple tracking images that are ‘unlocked’ by a single code


#2

Here is the post where I shared the coding I used for my Ancient History Competition.

https://forum.zap.works/t/multi-tracking-image-experience/2872

There was also so some other good posts and sample code on this post.
https://forum.zap.works/t/support-for-multiple-targets/318

If you go down to the end Simon posted that zappar has added some support for multiple tracking images. https://forum.zap.works/t/support-for-multiple-targets/318/40

Here is a demo that the zappar guys had at there last conference.
Hope they don’t get mad I’m posting them :wink:
I do not have the coding for them.




Steve


Ancient History Competition Winner
#3

Here is the original file I used to create the droid multitrack if your interested. I used the approach outlined in this thread, Problem publishing- trackers not working with Zappar app, that includes multiple targets in the hierarchy with the same zapcode.

MultipleTargets.zpp (30.5 MB)


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#4

Really appreciated for giving full access to download ancient history project. There is also a video of explaining the breakdown of this project, but as a beginner when I opened project in my computer none is synced with appropriate texture. I have everything in folder but do not know what to connect to which one.
If your team can make a simple tutorial from scratch on this topic, that would be a trending video in Zapworks forum.


#5

That was yours!! I asked the guys if I could get a copy of the code!
This way is so much faster!!

Steve


#6

Hi do multiple targets work in WebAR?


#7

I haven’t tried it in WebAR yet. So I don’t know if the web code can. I would open the WebAR page on your device and see what happens when you scan the one on this page.

Steve


#8

Thanks for the reply. I tried it with the Star Wars demo project and it worked with WebAR !

I’m trying to use it on my project and have followed everything exactly like that project. I’m using 2 similar targets, each activates a video. Target one works flawlessly and the other doesn’t work. What can be going on? The target 2 activates the video but the tracking is off and wobbly. It looks like it’s trying to find target 1 and they are similar enough that it tries to make it work.

Any suggestions?


#9

One big thing I found is the targets can NOT be the same. Or you will have problems. The more difference between them the better.

Steve


#10

Hmmm. Ok, they are not the same but they are similar. I’m going to try with different targets to see if that’s the issue.


#11

Hi, thanks for your sharing.

I have tried the same steps in order to create droid mulitrack but it failed.

When I added the trained image in you file directly, it works.

What is the different?
FYR test.zpp (4.3 MB)