And a new developer community space for coders to share resources.
ARlab, with bases in Spain and Isreal, says the APIs for its new tools – AR Browser and Image Matching – are designed to remove developers from the complexity of AR so they can just start working on the app idea.
It claims the AR Browser can add an augmented reality geo-location view to an Android or iOS app in less than 5 minutes. Meanwhile the image matcher uses a smartphone’s hardware to complete the image processing and give matched results in milliseconds.
Developers just need to add the images and the engine will start doing the matching with no pre-processing required.
To speed the adoption of its solutions ARlab launched the Linkar community, wherein developers can find resources and share their experiences.
They can also buy licenses of the SDKs, publish their own applications and promote them.
Pablo García Morato, CTO of ARlab, said: “Actions like reading a newspaper or a magazine, or even shopping will not be the same with the use of this fast growing technology, which is used by more and more mobile app developers.
“ARLab main focus is developers, and AR Browser and Image Matching are revolutionary solutions created for them."