Creating Your Own Augmented Reality(AR) !!!

Step 1: Things you will need

1. A Smartphone or Tablet with iOS or Android and Internet Enabled(Wi-Fi also works)
2. A Computer or Laptop (Windows or Mac) Internet Enabled
3. Metaio Creator (You have to sign up for it first. Signing up is free)
4. Junaio for Android or iOS

Step 2: After Installing

After you've install all the things start Metaio Creator. In Metaio Creator create a channel on the bottom right(see pic). Before making your own channel it will ask you to sign up. Sign up by ID which you've used downloading Metaio creator. Create your own channel. After making your own channel click on the QR code and download(Click on Save QR Code) it in your computer.

Step 3: Let's Start making!

Now on the bottom of the screen, you can see trackables. Trackables are used to track with a tracker. Junaio is a type of tracker which shows us AR. Click on Trackables, then Image Tracking and insert your QR code.

Step 4: Resources

At top Right you can see different types of resources. Resources are used to show us the type of thing we want to see from trackers, here we are going to add a 3D model. Click on 3D model(Different Geometrical figures) and insert it. You can find different 3D models from examples\content\3d models. We are Using Hearts here. You can resize it by clicking on it and dragging the arrow bottom of it.

Step 5: Upload it to your Channel

From the tab from which you've created a channel, you can find there upload. Click on it and wait for your AR to be uploaded. And Voila! You just created your own AR, isn't that simple? Now just point your Smartphone on the QR code and click on scan at the top right corner of Junaio. You can see your 3D model or anything you've added in it. Thanks for Seeing my instructable and sorry for my bad English.
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