vislab

Introducing VisLab

Unraveling the Tracking Black Box

Model Tracking is industries hottest tracking technology for high-class Augmented Reality these days.

VisionLib’s Unique Model Tracking lets you focus on AR business cases, instead of concentrating on the core technology. It enables you to track so many different-shaped and -sized objects right away, without much worries.

In all other cases, our new tool VisLab makes you stop worrying about moderate results by giving you access to key parameters in order to tweak your tracking – turning medium results into performing ones.

VisLab comes with an IDE to the VisionLib SDK. It lets you quick-track and test your physical objects using VisionLib SDK’s trackers. Just select the camera, drop the 3D model into VisLab and hit play. No deeper knowledge, no other tool needed.

VisLab helps you to configure and create configuration files for VisionLib and assists you with the details. With it, you can create or modify configuration files, run and tune them in realtime. Additionally, it allows you to calibrate an attached custom camera. Here is a feature overview:

Get debug information and influence otherwise hidden auto-configurations from within an coherent UI

Check tracking performance of your models up-front and fine-tune
if necessary

Tweak objects that are hard notch for Machine Vision & Model Tracking, like circullar or symmetric shapes

External Camera support: VisionLib supports built-in and (multiple) external cameras ever since, and so dose VisLab

Create and manage .vl config files
for your VisionLib projects

Record & play offline sequences while developing with VisionLib

Easy Camera calibration: for special devices or stationary systems, calibrate custom hardware for great AR results

Store configuration results, manage your VisionLib projects and use within your apps

Get VisLab

Got curious? VisLab (beta) is now accessible from
your download list at the customer area.
Note, that you’ll need a valid license to use VisLab and VisionLib.

Help & How-To

More details and video tutorials, showing how to use and work with the tool, can be found at the VisLab help pages and are also inked from within the tool.