Hello AR GDX - Using ARCore with libGDX
Now updated for DP2 of the ARCore SDK!
This is a port of the hello ar sample for ARCore to libGDX. The most obvious advantage to this implemention is that there is no requirement to use or understand OpenGL ES, which is a large barrier to creating augmented reality apps in Java.
The sample shows the basics of ARCore: plane detection, anchoring objects in space, and light estimation (coming soon). In addition, it illustrates how to use GDX to make an application and integrate non-graphical Android UI such as Snackbars into the activity.
DISCLAIMER This is not an official Google product.
I work at Google, but this specific project was created personally as I investigated using ARCore in Java apps. I can't commit to maintaining or supporting this project's use.
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