Craftar - Image Recognition SDK examples for Google Glass
The CraftAR Service for Image Recognition is a service that allows you to build a wide range of Image Recognition applications and services.
With Craftar, you can create amazing apps that provide digital content for real-life objects like printed media, packaging among others. You can use our online web panel or APIs, to upload images to be recognized and set content to display upon recognition in your Craftar-powered app.
The Android Image Recognition SDK focuses on opening the camera in the mobile device and performing Image Recognition requests to the API of CraftAR. The display of the result of the request of each is up to you.
This document describes mainly the examples of different uses of the Service and the Image Recognition SDK. General use of the SDK can be found in the Documentation webpage for the Android Image Recognition SDK. Read this article to learn about the specific use of the Image Recognition SDK on Google Glass. Complete SDK documentation of the classes can be found within the distribution of the SDK itself.
How to use the examples
This repository comes with an eclipse project of a Google Glass app with an example that shows how to use the SDK.
To run the example follow these steps:
- Import the project into your eclipse workspace.
- Integrate the CraftARSDK into the project (see below).
- Run the app on an Google Glass device.
- Point to any of the demo examples.
Add CraftARSDK for Google Glass to the Example project
- Download the CraftAR Image Recognition SDK for Android and Google Glass.
- Unzip the package.
- Copy the libs folder into the root of the project.