AR flash library released

[onezerothrice] has been working hard on creating ARtisan, a flash library for bringing augmented reality to the browser. His goal in creating the library was to make AR projects quicker and easier to develop. The library can provide the location, size, and rotation of multiple markers on screen with little work from the developer. It is licensed under the GPL and comes bundled with Papervision3D, another flash library for manipulating objects in 3 dimensions. He has posted several demos with source and accompanying video.


  1. bluehash says:

    But the update rate seems a bit low.

    You could also use openCV. This is me trying it

  2. onezerothrice says:

    Thanks so much for the write up!

  3. bluehash says:

    whoops! never knew hackaday embeds youtube videos now. goto :28s.

  4. bluehash says:

    Nice work.

    My comment was for openCV but with flash its much more avalable for a wider audience. Looking forward for updates.

  5. tom says:

    Sigh, yet more tag based junk.

  6. finfan7 says:

    This seems like a weaker version of the wiimote whiteboard. If you have the multitouch version and two pens you could perform the exact same task much quicker and easier. The form factor for use as a cursor makes an LED the far better choice.

  7. This site cool very friendly. because idea channel his expensive. yeah his idea very expensive.

  8. Tim says:

    Mmm very slow, and the application is pointless. Interesting choice of target though, what’s with the R?

  9. nrp says:

    This seems to be a fairly thin wrapper over FLARtoolkit.

  10. Tim says:

    Hmm you appear to have been targeted by spammers.

  11. steve says:

    Sylar really let himself go.

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