A-supplementary reality module based on
Web-A for Varton

Made a small promotional site and a decision with augmented reality on Web-A for the company Varton
3D modeling
Business card site
Warton company official distributor of Gauss products, addressed us with the task of realizing a augmented reality module to accommodate it in promotional materials and printed catalogs.Our task was to prepare models for working with the Web-AR module and connect them to QR codes. At first the task looked quite simple, but as the customer’s team began to realize more and more details,And ultimately, the project increased quite much.

The task set by the

Develop a module for Web-AR and connect 6 models to it

Resume of the project

Start edge:
June 2021
Project delivery:
February 2022

Developed Web-A Module on the free library Arcore

In the initial setting of the task, colleagues requested the implementation on the free Arcore engine: it allowed you to make one model both for mobile devices, for working with a camera and augmented reality, and for desktop computers, for working in the device browser.In this implementation, they were faced with a limitation: a fairly large number of devices did not support full functionality, and I had to choose between the possibility of positioning the model with a swipe and the ability to sign in the augmented reality module.
The desktop module, at the same time, did not raise questions.
Made online catalog with a mobile version and a detailed description of lamp models
The restriction that we encountered in the Arcore we suggested solving in the Web: to develop a description for each model, and to flash it in the mobile version.Thus, we solved the problem of acquaintance with the model, and bypassed restrictions.
We requested a brandbook of the company, and on its basis we made a small catalog site with lamp models.During the development, a small problem arose to show the glow of the lamps - but it also managed to solve it in a simple way.It turned out quite comfortable.

paid library 8th Wall

After a few meetings, colleagues agreed on us on the basis of a paid library of augmented reality 8th Wall.Our programmers reconnected all the models, and made a number of amendments.We tried several different reflections cards in order to achieve maximum realism in various conditions.
In the augmented reality module, we added a button and modal windows with a description of lamp parts, as well as a small graphic instructions for managing a model.

Tested the
module and placed on
the customer's hosting

After the work was completed, the colleagues asked to transfer the module and posted it on the combat website.When transferring, several conflicts of working systems arose: we posted our solution inside the folder with the site under the control of Bitrix.
For convenience, they placed the printed version of the company's product catalog in the .pdf format for downloading.
Here you can see the result of the development:

A few numbers

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2 libraries
Used for project launch
6 models
Prepared and launched within the framework of
development AR-module
100+ hours
We spent our developers
on project
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