Create WebAR

Augmented Reality on the Web


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What is WebAR

WebAR provides access to web-based augmented reality via the web browser using a combination of technologies including WebRTC, WebGL, WebVR, and the modern sensor APIs.

WebAR Supported Browsers


Apple Safari

(mobile & desktop)

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Google Chrome

(desktop & mobile)

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Microsoft Edge

(desktop, mobile, & HMD)

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Mozilla Firefox

(desktop & mobile)

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Mozilla WebXR Viewer

(mobile)

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Samsung Internet

(mobile)

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Servo

(desktop)

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WebAR Frameworks

These are just some of the available frameworks.

The AR.js project allows for open-source AR, free of charge, cross-platform and without installation on any modern device.

Based on the open source ARToolKit tracking library, JSARToolKit uses WebGL & Three.js to render 3D models over real world objects.

Whether used to create a new AR application, or add an AR view to an existing web application, the argon.js framework provides a set of abstractions and utilities for adding an AR view to your web application in a platform- and technology-independent way.

Awe.js provides a few other types of AR experiences such as augmented reality markers, location-based, and leap motion sensor AR. It uses WebRTC, WebGL, and getUserMedia device API to produce an AR experience in the browser.

Three.ar.jsis a helper three.js library for building AR web experiences that run in WebARonARKit and WebARonARCore. WebARonARKit and WebARonARCore are experimental apps for iOS and Android that let developers create Augmented Reality (AR) experiences using web technologies.

X3DOM is an open-source framework and runtime for 3D graphics on the Web. It aims to fulfill the current HTML5 specification for declarative 3D content and allows including X3D elements as part of any HTML5 DOM tree.

Mobile AR Platforms


WebAR Devices


WebAR Tools

These are just some of the available tools for creating WebAR.

8th Wall

Built entirely using standards-compliant JavaScript and WebGL, 8th Wall Web is a complete implementation of 8th Wall’s Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) engine, hyper-optimized for real-time AR on mobile browsers. Features include 6-Degrees of Freedom Tracking, Surface Estimation, Lighting, World Points and Hit Tests.

Augmania

The Augmania platform supports media from videos and 3d objects to games and images. Experiences are instantly shareable across any channel and you are always in control with real-time analytics access.

AWE

AWE platform makes it easy for you to deliver Mixed Reality experiences through standard web browsers. Create and design your Mixed Reality content on almost any device, using only your web browser and awe.media.