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Simple Marble Machine AR For Android
XDA member lyh1 shows an app/proof concept called Simple Marble Machine AR for your Android device. The app uses two trackers for augmenting 2 physics scenes, while if no tracker is active it is a simple clock widget with live background. However, you can swipe to view around the machine without trackers.
The two trackers represent a standalone machine, if you put them in right place, they can combine into a more complex machine.
It seems a bit hard to explain it in words, so get the free app on the market and let us know your experiences with this interesting concept.
Originally posted by lyh1
This is a clock widget with a live background normally.
you can swipe to view around the machine.
When you put the tracker 1 in front of the cam, the machine will augment on it.
After you augmented the first machine, you can active machine 2 with the tracker 2.
When you put them in right place, they can form up to one complex marble machine.
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