As part of our genARate platform, genARate Studio is the web front-end that allows creating your own Augmented Reality experiences. It is fully optimized to run in the browser on your PC or MAC and therefore does not require any local installations, admin rights, etc.

It offers all the necessary tools for establishing a link between physical 2D images and related digital contents based on simple drag & drop functionality.

The genARate studio is fully based on a Graphical User Interface (GUI), offering streamlined drag & drop interfaces to upload, arrange and adjust media contents as well as an integrated REST API in order to upload, test, and publish your created WonderPages to the genARate back-end and the connected mobile apps with the click of one button.

Once logged in to the genARate Studio you'll proceed to the Home-Screen where you can find all information regarding your projects and WonderPages as well as the support area and the reporting section at a glance.

In the Header of the Home-Screen you'll also find the "Your Account" icon in the upper right corner. Click on this symbol in order to edit your personal settings like your name, email or password. In addition, you can select the preferred language, the date and time format or have a look at the legal/imprint.

Last but not least you can log out of the genARate Studio there.

There are two ways to display augmented reality when using genARate:

  • AR.Tiles: The content is shown as “tiles” meaning initially you will see a variety of blocks with more information depending on the content on the phone screen.

  • AR.Create: The content is shown as “designed” in genARate studio. The arrangement of AR content in relation to the target image (= printed target) will be identical on the phone.

Here is how the AR.Tiles Dashboard looks like:

How AR.Tiles are visible on the phone:

Here is how the AR.Create Dashboard looks like:

How AR.Create are visible on the phone:

Next step:

Create your first AR experience with genARate Studio.

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AR.Tile and AR.Create in the description of the Designer User Interface

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