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    Object Scanning - Arkit - Anyone have any success?

    I've been working on object scanning and detection and have created a basic app to define a candidate object extent to capture, however at the point of saving the candidate object the app crashes. It also shows a false result when using the 'Is AR Session Supported', despite using a Ipad Pro 12.9" with the latest iOS software (12.1.3).

    I'm struggling to find out where this is tripping up.

    Any suggestions?

    #2
    I am having the Same Problems. IT Crashes when calling the get candidateobjects from Blueprint. The Enterprise Support could Not Help me, too
    S. Hein, CEO, IT-Consulting Hein - IT-Service and 3D Visualisation

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      #3
      Originally posted by gproud View Post
      I've been working on object scanning and detection and have created a basic app to define a candidate object extent to capture, however at the point of saving the candidate object the app crashes. It also shows a false result when using the 'Is AR Session Supported', despite using a Ipad Pro 12.9" with the latest iOS software (12.1.3).

      I'm struggling to find out where this is tripping up.

      Any suggestions?
      Hi @gpround. I am following your step. Do you have any sample/tutorial about ARCandidateObject. Thank you very much.

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        #4
        This is the most obscure thing about ARkit for now, it seems that no one solve it and without a guide, there will never be one person to do it.

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          #5
          Has anyone been able to make progress on this problem? I'm able to successfully save a Scanned Object, however when I try to actively scan for a Candidate Object, it can never seem to find it. I was able to get the Image Scanning working so I used the part for actively scanning per frame and reworked it for Object Scanning, but haven't been able to successfully recognize my scanned object.

          Here's a screenshot of the Events I'm using to successfully save a scanned object. If anyone needs help with getting that part working let me know.
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            #6
            Originally posted by blunt_action View Post
            Has anyone been able to make progress on this problem? I'm able to successfully save a Scanned Object, however when I try to actively scan for a Candidate Object, it can never seem to find it. I was able to get the Image Scanning working so I used the part for actively scanning per frame and reworked it for Object Scanning, but haven't been able to successfully recognize my scanned object.

            Here's a screenshot of the Events I'm using to successfully save a scanned object. If anyone needs help with getting that part working let me know.
            Click image for larger version

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            Hi blunt_action, making any progress?

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              #7
              Originally posted by 欧米哥 View Post

              Hi blunt_action, making any progress?
              Hey, unfortunately I have not been able to make any successful progress with the ARKit object scanning, however while trying to search for an answer i came across a developer on twitter who seems to have solved it, although their explanation isn't very descriptive. Here's the link: https://twitter.com/ayuma_x/status/1161927836438949888

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