Web Augmented Reality (WebAR) or if you want Mixed Reality, is young and state-of-art technology. In this paper I will discuss entry points to provide Augmented Reality (AR) experience to the users. Recently, the Web-based AR implementation method has also received focused attention from the W3C group, and the Web XR Editor’s draft was released in March 2018. This technology looks very promising unfortunately is not widely supported yet.Learn More
AI in your Browser
Training and building complex models can take a considerable amount of resources and time. Some models require massive amounts of data to provide acceptable accuracy. And, if computationally intensive, may require hours or days of training to complete. All that taken into consideration, you may not find the browser to be the ideal environment for building such models.
A more appealing use case is importing and running existing models. Depending on the problem you are trying to solve, there might be a model already trained with a data set and for a specific purpose which you can use and import in your code. (more…)Learn More