Viro`s mission is to enable AR/VR everywhere by developing tools that simplify development. Enabling more developers to create AR/VR experiences will lead to a better, larger and more diverse ecosystem of applications. Development of Viro, the AR/VR platform for web and mobile developers, has begun. Viro uses React Native. With the introduction of ARKit, we saw how Apple democratized AR development on iOS with SceneKit. ViroCore is designed to give Android developers the same experience and native performance with descriptive APIs.
The Viro platform is free and without distribution restrictions. Sign up to generate an API key and start creating AR/VR applications with ViroCore or ViroReact today.
ViroCore is SceneKit for Android developers with Java. ViroCore combines a powerful rendering engine with a descriptive API for creating immersive AR/VR applications. While sub APIs such as OpenGL require the learning and precise implementation of rendering algorithms. ViroCore only requires high-level scene descriptions and the events and interactions they desire. Simply add animations, physics, particle effects and more to your Android applications.
ViroCore is the perfect alternative to specialized game engines for creating AR/VR applications. It allows companies to focus on what they do best, in the languages they speak best, rather than training or hiring specialized 3D developers. ViroCore supports ARCore, Google Cardboard, Daydream and Gear VR.
With ViroCore, developers have access to a feature-rich platform required to develop robust AR applications:
- Create stunning scenes with HDR rendering, lighting and shadows.
- Mixed Reality will full support for immersive media such as 3D models (FBX and OBJ), 360 photos/videos and stereoscopic photos/videos.
- Add real mechanics to your objects with physics and animation.