Sample Vuforia AR project, second place winner of the Fashion Fusion competition 2016-2017, Berlin. Project by Tank Thunderbird, Antonio Ciutto and Christian Bruns.
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Sample Vuforia AR project, second place winner of the Fashion Fusion competition 2016-2017, Berlin. Project by Tank Thunderbird, Antonio Ciutto and Christian Bruns. Past links and tweets about the contest can be found at https://twitter.com/mimemeAR and on my website.

To use, please register as a Vuforia developer, acquire a license code and paste it into the Vuforia Configuration window in Unity.

This is a simplified version of the project presented at the final show of Fashion Fusion 2017.

You can run it directly from Unity but it is currently setup to build as an Android app. It is tested on Unity version 5.5.4f1 . Print out the graphic marker and place it in front of your webcam to see the AR effect.

Change the build settings for other devices as required. Please note that several versions of Unity have issues building to Android, visit this link for more details, including current discussion on newer versions of the Editor. https://issuetracker.unity3d.com/issues/android-build-fails-when-the-latest-android-sdk-tools-25-dot-3-1-version-is-used?page=3#comments

A mobile build can run as a mono or stereoscopic version, make sure to change the settings in the vuforia configuration window if that is desired. Not that building for mobile devices requires a bit of setup work, whether it is installing the android and Java sdks for Android and creating a keystore or setting up XCode and an iOS developer account.