Ever wondered how realistic AR can be? Well, it can be ‘real’ realistic and captivate lots of people! And by realistic, we do mean it—as if you can’t distinguish which one is a real or virtual object.
And luckily, you can actually make your own realistic AR projects in Assemblr Studio—all with its capabilities.
Want to know how to make a realistic AR project in Assemblr Studio? Follow these tips below!
Since the theme is realistic, of course, you’ll want to choose realistic 3D objects. Thank God, you can find this style in Assemblr Studio’s 3D Library.
You’ll notice the different styles; cartoon-stylized 3D objects will appear cartoony, and realist is much more realistic.
The rest is how you make it. You can be as creative as you want on your projects, and you can even mix and match a few objects inside the projects.
Please remember that your main focus here is the 3D object itself. Adding 2D images, texts, and video on Assemblr Studio will make your project less realistic.
So, in the end, you’ve got to make sure that your 3D object is powerful enough to thrill everyone!
When you scan and pop up your AR projects on Assemblr Studio, make sure to pay attention to your surrounding environment.
Of course, if you’re making a realistic AR project about nature, you might want to pop up your project around a natural environment.
This will help your AR project blend into the environment—which is pretty much the same as your surroundings.
In this example, we’re using a cement mixer that is placed among other parked cars in a parking area. This one is much more realistic as you put the truck in comparison with other cars.
Once you’ve scanned your project, you can set the position and scaling of your object to make it much more realistic.
If your object is a truck, you can place it among other cars or trucks and set the scaling in a real-size dimension. Don’t make it too big or too small. And that also applies to other types of projects!
How were the tips? Dare to try it? Get ready to create your own AR realistic projects on Assemblr Studio, and let’s be creative!