Sandy FLARToolKit Starter Kit

This one is for Petit – enjoy ;) Oh yeah – use this marker.

sandy augmented reality test

But, in case anyone else also wants to play with Augmented Reality using Sandy 3D engine, you will need to:

Voila, you now have Sandy FLARToolKit Starter Kit ready to go!

Update: there‘s simpler code now.


9 Responses to “Sandy FLARToolKit Starter Kit”

  1. 1 Petit March 17, 2009 at 12:30

    In no time at all you adapted the FLARToolkit to Sandy.

    I’m deeply impressed by your math skills.

    Keep it up man!

  2. 2 ljones March 25, 2009 at 06:05

    Wow. Another great example. This stuff definitely motivates me to want to do more things, now I just need to clear my plate so i can actually have some fun with this stuff. Thanks again Mack for the great work and inspiration.

  3. 3 Jamie July 1, 2009 at 12:46

    Any luck with getting a dae imported to it?

  4. 5 Luuk Lamers April 8, 2011 at 14:58

    Hi, I know it’s been a while since you wrote this post but I’m not getting it to work.
    I downloaded the starter kit, added the latest sandy source and the additional files.

    Could you please put up a zip with all the right sources and stuff as a zip so I can use this as a new basic setup? That would be awesome

    • 6 makc3d April 8, 2011 at 18:06

      Lol, how about you checking sandy SVN log around this post date to find corresponding revision? Now THAT would be awesome :) But seriously, there is better code to start with. Try here or at Wonderfl.

  5. 7 Krists June 7, 2011 at 16:05

    Does for sandy works in Flash CS4? – I got various errors while compiling in CS4… The same with sandy\ included in FLARToolKit_ver2_5_4 package. Thanks.

    • 8 makc3d June 7, 2011 at 17:29

      It did work in March 2009 (see the screenshot above), not sure about that now. However, most people that can’t get something to work “in CS4” are actually dealing with stupid configuration errors (such as some path not configured, some check box not checked, etc).

  1. 1 FLARToolkit and Alternativa3D, anyone? « Dorking around 3D in Flash Trackback on April 16, 2009 at 18:42

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