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Augmented Reality Wikitude SDK 7.2.0

Wikitude GmbH

Augmented Reality Component for the Wikitude SDK.

Wikitude Augmented Reality Xamarin Component

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The Wikitude Xamarin Component enables C# developers to embed an augmented reality view into their Xamarin project. One can create a fully featured app with advanced augmented reality features, including image recognition and tracking, location-based augmented reality and rendering of 3D models in an augmented reality scene.

The Wikitude Xamarin Component

  • Available for iOS and Android
  • Simple and seamless native Xamarin integration
  • Fully customizable augmented reality (AR) view
  • Full feature set of the Wikitude SDK
  • AR content is purely written in HTML and JavaScript

The Wikitude SDK - Augmented Reality for your own app

The Wikitude SDK is a software library and framework for mobile apps used to create augmented reality experiences. The SDK supports any kind of location based use case as well as use cases which require image recognition and tracking technology (vision based augmented reality).

How to code for the Wikitude SDK

The Wikitude SDK builds heavily on web technologies (HTML, JavaScript, CSS) to allow developers to write cross platform augmented reality experiences. These augmented reality experiences are called ARchitect worlds and are basically ordinary HTML pages that can utilize the ARchitect API to create objects in augmented reality.

Integrating the Wikitude SDK into your application is done by adding the platform specific view component called ARchitectView to your applications user interface. See the setup guide for how to setup a Xamarin project and load an ARchitect World.

Get started with writing augmented reality experiences by viewing through the examples included in the SDK. Each example is explained in detail in this documentation. Additional information about the ARchitect API can be found in the included API specification.

Free Trial and commercial license

By default the Wikitude SDK comes with no valid license key. Read this chapter on how to obtain a free trial key.

Then pass your license key into the SDK using the platform specific API.

The Wikitude Developer Portal

The Wikitude Developer Section should be your first stop when you have specific development related questions. The portal hosts a very active Developer Community Forum where Wikitude staff members are constantly assisting other developers with helpful tips and advice.

Feedback and Contact

We are always interested in your feedback and suggestions how we can improve this documentation. Please use the contact form on our website or visit us on Google+ or Facebook

License

(c) Wikitude GmbH - See License.md for details

How to license the Wikitude SDK

The Wikitude SDK is available for free for evaluation purposes as a trial version. If you like to use it in a commercial, non-commercial or educational environment you need to purchase a according license. All available licenses are listed on the Wikitude website and can be purchased directly from the online store

Release Notes

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9 reviews

Pavel Chuvak

your 7.1.0 version have an md5 error that prevent to install that components. Please fix it.

Posted on: October 20, 2017 / Version: 7.1.0
gurpreet singh

iOS sample doesn't work at all. First, it was throwing 100+ errors and when I updated my VS then it just keeps on debugging but never actually run. So, I skipped the sample part and started implementing the SDK on my own. But no luck, I just added a single line using Wikitude architect view in my viewcontroller :

WTArchitectView architectView = new WTArchitectView();

and it throws 2 new errors :

Error MT5209: Native linking error: framework not found FileProvider for architecture arm64 (MT5209).

Even after trying so much I'm still unable to use this component even once. Really disappointed!

Posted on: October 12, 2017 / Version: 7.1.0
Jakob Hanner Programmierfabrik rates this with
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Did not know how to develop cross-platform (Xamarin.Forms normally is used to be)

But both samples are very good!

Posted on: August 11, 2017 / Version: 7.0.0
Do Hong Ngoc

Cannot download SDK 7 in "Xamarin Component Store" from VS.NET

Posted on: July 28, 2017 / Version: 7.0.0
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Samples projects and documentation need a major improvement. Look official Xamarin samples documentation to see how good this can be.

Posted on: May 18, 2017 / Version: 6.1.0
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Works for me, Samples are OK, more documentation would be great.. 4/5

Posted on: September 28, 2016 / Version: 5.3.0
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Couldn’t make it work with any emulator. Seems like it is not suported.

The documentation is very poor. The version 5.2.0 doesn’t work with the sample.

Posted on: August 7, 2016 / Version: 5.2.0
Dario Lipari

Hi Wikitude,

your 5.1.4 version have an md5 error that prevent to install that components. Please fix it.

Posted on: July 21, 2016 / Version: 5.1.4
Sven Reißenweber

sample project doesn't start.

iOS: ViewDidLoad, Exception -> architectView is null

Posted on: June 11, 2015 / Version: 4.1.2