Augmented Reality Tutorial No. 4: Interaction using Arduino and Photoresistor

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Little by little we’re moving to https://www.ourtechart.com/augmented-reality/augmented-reality-arduino-interaction/

In this Augmented Reality tutorial the scale of the 3D cube is changed in Augmented Reality environment using data acquired from a photoresistor measurements that depends on light conditions. This is a basic interaction with virtual content.

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Download # Processing Code (*.pde file)

Download # Hiro Marker (*.pdf file)

(Processing software itself is available to download here)

Download # Newest nyar4psg 2.0.0 library for Augmented Reality (*.rar file)

NOTE: Extract library and put nyar4psg folder to Processing libraries location as you can see in example here: “C:\Users\EdgarasArt\Documents\Processing\libraries”. If there are no libraries folder in Processing folder (in My Documents) – create it!

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4 Responses

  1. the video shows just codes to read data from photo-resistor what about the image processing and other stuffs

    • Watch closely video, there are two parts, one for arduino and photoresistor, the other one for Processing and Augmented Reality while acquiring photo-resistor information.

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