News

Our posts on VisionLib, new releases, events and other news are from our company blog at visometry.com/blog.

Blog Posts on VisionLib Releases
  • VisionLib Release 2.3.0

    VisionLib 2.3 comes with strong improvements when combining Model Tracking and SLAM and is all about better and more stable augmentation results. And, the improved URP support lets AR projects appear in a new visual quality.

  • VisionLib Release 2.2.0

    Release 2.2.0 is a maintenance release introducing improvements to the performance of internal image processing, several bug fixes & enhancements and updates to external dependencies to remove known vulnerabilities. As usual, VisionLib comes with enterprise-grade model tracking, multi object-tracking, ARFoundation integration, TextureColorMode and so much more.

  • VisionLib Release 2.1.0

    Release 2.1 introduces Texture Color Model Tracking, which enables to improve the Line Model with Edges extracted from Textures. Multi Model Tracking and ARFoundation Support got updates, too.

  • VisionLib Release 2.0.0

    VisionLib’s Developer Update is now available and truly a major update to the core API, targeting easier development. It comes with interface improvements, prepares for distribution with Unity’s built-in Package Manager, and brings a new versioning: Hello VisionLib 2.0.0.

Latest from the Company Blog

  • Visometry at Vision 2022
    on August 19, 2022

    Oct. 4 - 6. In-person. Stuttgart, Germany

  • Talk at AMB ’22
    on August 19, 2022

    Sept. 14 – Talk at VDMA Session. In-person. Stuttgart, Germany

  • Twyn 1.5 Available
    on August 2, 2022

    Release 1.5 brings several updates including interactive clipping and annotations in the AR view, as well as an improved UI in Twyn Studio that makes working more intuitive and faster.

  • Visometry at IMTS ’22
    on July 25, 2022

    Sept 12 - 17. In-person. Chicago, USA

Looking for more news on VisionLib, Twyn or Visometry?

Our full blog with latest AR + XR talk, and even more to discover is available at www.visometry.com/blog.