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Inglobe Technologies and VTT announce co-operation plans with ARmedia Augmented Reality SDK

Inglobe Technologies and VTT announced today that they have strenghtened their co-operation plans for increased functionality of the ARmedia 3D SDK.


Born from a research and business collaboration between Inglobe Technologies and VTT, the ARmedia 3D SDK is today one of the most powerful Augmented Reality SDKs in the market. ARmedia SDK features a unique 3D tracking approach that is capable of recognizing and tracking objects independently of their size and geometry.


The SDK is employed in a variety of Smart MaintenanceAEC (Architecture, Engineering & Construction) andCultural Heritage applications to provide users with advanced and contextual visual access to information in the 3D space thus bridging the gap between the physical and the digital world.


ARmedia 3D SDK is currently cross-platform (by supporting iOS and Android) and supports different authoring environments, like for example Unity3D. The new release will bring an enhanced version of the technology to the community of developers with extended support for Windows and a number of additional features, like Geolocation, Planar NFT and SLAM for automatic 3D mapping and tracking of unknown environments. Some of these features are already available in the new Inglobe Technologies end-user platform, Hyperspaces.


Additionally, the ARmedia 3D SDK will support a variety of Smartglasses including Epson Moverio BT-200 andVR headsets like Oculus Rift and Google Cardboard thanks to the new VR Panorama feature.


“The new release of the ARmedia 3D SDK is the outcome of a fruitful collaboration between VTT and Inglobe. We share with VTT a common framework and perspective that made us all form part of the same team”, declaredGraziano Terenzi, CEO at Inglobe Technologies. “The new features will make the ARmedia 3D SDK a unique tool to create not only Augmented Reality experiences but also Virtual Reality applications, thus providing developers with a common Mixed Reality framework on mobiles.”


” VTT is proud to bring leading 3D tracking technology from research projects to international markets together with Inglobe Technologies”, says Dr Charles Woodward, Principal Scientist at VTT. “Our latest markerless, point cloud and feature-based tracking solutions enable the implementation of practical AR applications even for the most demanding environments. “


The ARmedia 3D SDK relies on a set of mobile and cloud-based services that allow programmers create the assets required to build their own applications. For this reason a flexible subscription plan is available. Developers can register for the SDK on the ARmedia developer portal and start experiment with the SDK right away.  Developer Portal:


About Inglobe Technologies

Inglobe Technologies is a computer vision company specializing in the development of mixed reality software and solutions. Best known for the ARmedia platform and Plugins, Inglobe Technologies supports more than 50.000 registered users worldwide in creating augmented reality experiences by means of powerful and easy to use AR content creation tools. The company is also active in verticals like Manufacturing, AEC, Aerospace, Healthcare and Cultural Heritage. More information on the company website


About VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd

VTT is the leading research and technology company in the Nordic European countries, with over 2300 employees and turnover of EUR 251 million. The AR/3D Tracking research team at VTT is known for its world leading solutions for various application fields, with recent focus on industrial production, maintenance and AEC.  VTT’s marker-based tracking technology is open sourced as ALVAR SDK, with thousands of users worldwide.  For further information of  VTT see, and VTT’s AR research at