Design Immersive Web AR Experiences Directly in your Web Browser
Deliver your web based augmented reality content to any website or share it with just a link or QR code.
Image-Based WebAR 3D Models
The Reality XD Web AR Studio is Ideal For:
Take online shopping to a whole new level by giving customers the ability to rotate and zoom in on your products, seeing them from every possible angle.
Give them an even more immersive experience by letting them see the product in their own homes. Sales go up, returns go down. Everyone wins.
Work with your entire team in Reality XD and keep your product designs secure with password protection.
Get feedback from your clients and associates before you hit the prototyping stage. Save money by doing it right the first time.
Branding & Marketing
Open up a whole new world of branding and marketing opportunities. Easily create a logo or mascot to exist in the real world with Reality XD’s Markerless Web AR.
See brand engagement soar with a whole new realm of interaction. Let the online and real-life worlds mingle.
Web AR FAQs
A 3D model in this context is a virtual object that you can rotate, manipulate and zoom into or out of while it’s on a website.
The 3D model can be accessed by a link. It has a dedicated landing page, hosted by Reality XD, where you can see it.
Or, you can embed the 3D model onto a website with an embed snippet.
Web AR stands for web-based augmented reality.
A markerless Web AR object is a 3D model that comes with its own landing page known as a “scene.” If this scene is transparent, the object can be viewed in reality with the use of a phone camera.
With Web AR, you can click or tap a link or scan a QR code that allows you to “put” your Web AR object (the 3D model and its transparent scene) into any space via your phone by overlaying it onto actual reality (without the use of any markers).
It is not possible to see who exactly accessed your link or QR code, but Reality XD does provide you with useful tracking information, including approximately when and where the link and code were accessed from and how many times it was accessed in a given period.
You can connect your own Google Analytics account to the link and code for further web AR analytics.