I was wondering if you could help me answer the following questions?
I understand that Lightship VPS requires a recognizable anchoring surface feature. Say if the user was able to scan the ground first and/or any nearby landmark and then walk over towards a dock to see a ship floating in the water, would we loose tracking? Would it slide?
What about if I were to place the object in the sky (not so high) eg. a UFO spaceship suspended in the air, would it be quite stable if I didn’t get to keep in frame the original anchoring points that triggered the AR experience? I can still scan the ground first and look up, but my concern is if when I look up, whether it would be anchored or would there be a chance for it to shift slightly?
Does Lightship VPS work best with physical locations that are not constantly shifting like the water or pointing at the sky? (if I originally scanned a distinctive ground area first)
Can I use my own GPS map and use Lightship VPS only to display the AR?
Thank you for your help
- Issue category: Lightship Maps / Real-time Mapping-Depth / ARDK Virtual Studio Tools / Developer Tools / Networking / VPS / Scanning Framework