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Artem Denisov
Feb 22, 2018

Is any chances to start android emulator?

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Hello! That type of AR framework your hardware support?

Can i imstall android emulator to upload vuforia app or thingworx app?

 

Or now only possible to use AR.js?

 

Thanks.

Cindy - OpenEyeTap
Feb 26, 2018Edited: Feb 27, 2018

Hi! AR.js should work fine because it is entirely javascript. We are actually trying out some of QR code detection and laying 2D image or 3D object over it: https://github.com/jeromeetienne/AR.js/blob/master/README.md. If you are planning to build it and are successful, please share! That's the spirit of Open EyeTap.

 

However we have not seen anyone run Android natively or in an emulator on the raspberry pi zero.

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