Augmented Reality standard in its final stage

Having been on board with Wikitude almost since day one, I’ve seen a number of changes within the augmented reality field. With the ever increasing advancements in mobile and web technologies, augmented reality has grown leaps and bounds in just a few short years. And as with any technology that advances at such a rapid rate, without an industry-wide set of standards, things can become, well, let’s just say “complex” at best.

Three years ago, while working on advancements to Wikitude’s core technology, we saw that a data format which is easy to adopt and meets the AR use cases at the time was necessary. Recalling an old expression, “It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness,” we set out to define a set of XML tags that the entire industry could agree upon and adhere to. This document eventually became what is now known as the Augmented Reality Markup Language, or ARML 1.0.

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