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Multi-Image Tracking (Junctions)
Multi-Image Tracking (Junctions)

Learn how to create Hololinks with 5, 10 or even 20 different image targets. We call them Junctions.

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Written by Jens Bäckvall
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Surprising & Explorative Augmented Reality Experiences

Sometimes you want to create an augmented reality experience that doesn't just guide your users, but let's them explore and discover. This gives users a sense of freedom and fun, where new things can crop up wherever they look.

It could be a treasure hunt in a store, or for an art exhibit. Or it could be a possibility for users to scan all products in a certain category and see how they compare to each other, just by pointing at the box.

Enter Junctions

This is why we've created Junctions. A Junction is simply a scene in a Hololink, that can be connected to any number of image tracking scenes with unique target images. This allows the user to point their smartphone camera at any of the targets to access the specific experience belonging to that target. Like in the example below.

Easy to Set Up and Easy to Edit

To create a multi-image target Hololink, simply add a junction and any number of image-tracking scenes to the storyboard. Then drag arrows from the junction to the scenes that you want to be able to scan. It's as easy as that!

Unique Image Targets

When adding image-tracking scenes to a junction, they all have to have unique image targets. This is because the image target is the key to each scene. The scenes can have the exact same content, as long as the image target is unique.

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