SketchAR-drawing using augmented reality
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SketchAR is an application through which the user sees a virtual image on the surface of which they are planning to trace a sketch. In one hand, the user holds a phone and sees a virtual image, while the other hand traces virtual lines already on the paper.
The app is useful to all those who have always wanted, but could not draw. Also, the app is helpful for professional artists, as a simple and convenient way to trace sketches.
This app is at the forefront of cutting edge technology based on computer vision that allows you to scan the environment and fix the virtual image over a real surface.
The more powerful a smartphone you have, the more stable the application will be.
FOR CORRECT DETECTION PLEASE FOLLOW THE TIPS!
- A bright enough environment. Every AR-technology requires a sufficiently bright room.
- Uneven circles. Your drawing can be a little bit weird but if it’s too uneven it won’t be detected.
- Keep the circles visible for your camera
Please remember this version of SketchAR will only work correctly on A4 size paper.
Don’t forget to use a clipboard etc or your piece of paper will move during the process of sketching.
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Start drawing easily using SketchAR
I love this app. At first the circles are hard to draw and get in the right place, but there is a template available on the website for those who are really having trouble which helps a lot. It needs a few adjustments here and there but it's great considering it's just been released!
Needs features for lefties
I tried several times to give this a try --- but it's almost impossible to draw with ones left hand without covering the circles in the lower left. A mirrored mode would make me try it again.
Even outside of that, it's quite hard to hold the phone and draw at the same time.
This seems super awesome, but for left handed users the bottom left circle gets blocked and throws it off. It's also a bit awkward to hold your phone at the correct distance, while drawing.