Vergleich von Augmented Reality Frameworks für Android


project nameMixareDroidARAndARvuforiawiktitudeandroid-augment-reality-framework
total ratingBCDA-B+F
project urlMixareDroidARAndARvuforiawiktitudeandroid-augment-reality-framework
licenceGNU GPL v3GNU GPL v3GNU GPL v3Anonymous Data collection by Qualcomm,
Attribution licence, the logo must be shown ether in loading, splash or credit screen license
not free, 599€ per App PricingApache License 2.0
version0.9.2??1.5.9.?initial version
latest build22.08.2012??22.02.2012?01.12.2011
documentationLinkBlog?Link?Link
tested Devices/Android Versionokno informationgoodvery good?
tested Devices URLLinkLinkAndroid 2.2 and newer, iOS 4 & 5.?
getting startedLinkLinkLinkLink?
Sample VideoLinkhttp://youtu.be/MHkobjWqLA8Link
sample appLinkLinkLinkLink and Link
special featuresespecially for 3D Objects (with commercial licence)for ios and androidruns in webview (like phonegap), easy implementation for android, ios etc but performance issues may occur, very good customizable
conclusionactive community and steady buildsfew documentation and no information about tested devicesprojects is not maintained any morevery good documentation and device support, critical licence and complex intital setupnot free and few informations on the website, might have performance issues but easy to implement with HTML5project is not maintained any more

Fazit:

Ich habe mich für Mixare entschieden, welches  sehr gut gecodet, aber weniger gut dokumentiert ist. Ist ist sehr einfach möglich seine eigenen Daten oder Wikipedia Daten über die Kamera zu legen und gleichzeitig dieselben Daten auf Google Maps als Marker anzuzeigen.

Vuforia erscheint für die Entwicklung von Android/iPhone Lösungen der geeignete Kanditat zu sein, jedoch wird in der Lizenz verlangt, dass Benutzerdaten an den Qualcomm Server gesendet werden und der User darüber informiert werden muss:

Auszug aus der Lizenz von Vuforia

“You must inform end-users of your application that certain types of anonymous usage data is collected by the Vuforia SDK and sent back to Qualcomm servers.”

“(i) the collection by QUALCOMM and/or its affiliates of Statistics from the Software (including but not limited to: (a) information about the end users’ devices such as device unique identifier, make, model, operating system name and version and kernel version, (b) information about our Software used to create your software or augmented reality end user application such as the SDK version and device profile, and (c) information about your software or augmented reality application and its use such as settings (e.g., camera resolution settings, configuration settings), start and stop dates and times, camera on/off events, target image obtained/lost events, and other general usage information (collectively “Statistics”)).”

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