In the previous lesson, we learned a new way to implement location-based augmented reality without using GPS. We learned how to position objects in augmented reality accurately and offline.
In this video, we want to use a new and handy feature for augmented reality to increase the productivity of AR applications and provide practical freedom for the user.
If you want to know how you can implement this, continue this lesson by watching the video version of the lesson at the link below:
You can also watch more lessons about Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) in the link below (note that more lessons will be added in the future):
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