Welcome to our one-stop learning place! Find everything you need to know to create interactive design in AR using Assemblr, as well as tips to make the most out of the app.
Our downloadable booklets are good starting points to learn how Assemblr can leverage your works. Check out our Teacher's Guide if you are a teacher, educator, or anyone involved in delivery of school lessons looking for ways to improve teachers’ classroom practices. If you own a business, explore ways Assemblr can help you increase engagement and awareness with our general Augmented Reality Booklet. Both booklets come with Augmented Reality graphics you can scan and see using Assemblr.
In this first episode, we're gonna get started by exploring all the sections in the Home tab.
In this video, our friend Anita will show you some cool AR projects and where to find them!
For those who haven’t tried the feature, this is where we’ll present, scan, and view an interactive design using Assemblr!
In our first episode, we’re going to get started by importing your 3D objects from your PC to Assemblr Studio.
Get up close with a range of features you can use to adjust your 3D: Transform, Materials, and Animations!
The last step! Learn how to export your 3D into Assemblr and use it for your cool AR projects.
Check out what we made out of Stormtrooper 3D model, entirely using smartphone with Assemblr app and Assemblr Studio.
Ever saw a pop-up greeting card with a 3D picture inside? We’re going to make a DIY Valentine’s Day card that looks like a pop-up card, but with a digital twist!
Find out some mindblowing facts about the new landmark of Bali in this educational video, made using Assemblr mobile app and Assemblr Studio.
Have a question on your mind? Find a list of our most popular frequently asked questions from our users just below. If you have an inquiry that is not covered below, please don’t hesitate to contact us here and ask away!
Assemblr is a content creation platform that facilitates you to create 3D contents which could be visualized in form of Augmented Reality! With Assemblr, you can create or visualize immersive 3D contents on your smartphone, or even import your own 3D models to Assemblr to be presented in real-life setting using AR. Our goal is to make AR accessible to everyone, everywhere!
AR is a technology that superimposes a computer-generated image on your view of the real world. Simply put, AR adds digital images to a live view often by using the camera on a smartphone. It gives you an illusion as if they occupy the same space.
Unlike VR, which completely immerses you into a virtual environment, AR blends virtual content with objects in the real world. That’s why, AR is easier to integrate in your daily lives! We predict that AR will be the way most people access information in the future.
Assemblr is compatible with mobile devices running at least iOS 9 (for Apple) or at least OS 5.0 Lollipop (for Android). For Android devices, you should also have at least 2 GB RAM and 5 MP camera.
Assemblr is free to download, however we offer in-app purchases for some premade items in our library. Don’t worry if you need to save up, you can still import your own 3D object or even earn rewards from our competitions!
We have created a playlist of tutorials to help you tinker with Assemblr’s building tools for the first time. To augment your works, you just have to tap the AR mode button while on build mode. You’ll be asked to scan the ground, then you’re ready to go!
Yes, you can! With the help of Assemblr Studio, you are able to convert and optimize your custom 3D model (in .FBX format) to be directly transferred into Assemblr’s mobile app itself.
Yes, you can export your projects into FBX, STL, and GLB file formats using the Classic Editor. Tap on the menu on the top left of your editor, then tap ‘Export 3D’.
Image recognition is an important part of Augmented Reality systems. Recent development of AR has led to markerless AR. This approach allows the use of any and all parts of your physical environment as the base for the placement of your 3D content. Simply put, you can place your 3D objects freely!
However, some older devices still need to identify visual markers in your environment first to place your creation. This is called marker-based AR. Instead of scanning the ground, these devices will look for a visual marker when you switch your Assemblr mode to AR. When your camera doesn’t detect the identified marker, for example when you pull your camera away from it, your object will disappear from the view.
Currently, only a few of Android devices have supported markerless AR. To be able to use markerless AR, your Android device needs to have the following requirements:
- Android Version: 6.0 (Marshmallow) or newer
- IMU with Gyroscope Sensors
- Selective Image Stabilization
Of course! We really encourage you to share your enthusiasm to your friends and family. When you publish your project, you will find the option to share your project directly to Facebook or Twitter.
Additionally, you can also share your project manually by taking a screenshot or video recording of your work. You can find the capture and record buttons at the right side of the screen while viewing your project in 3D or AR.