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March 6th, 2012
Wikitude Launches SDK Based on ARchitect Engine

Including the ability to define GeoObjects, Drawables, and various interaction triggers (Field of Vision, Clicks, etc.), the ARchitect Engine is ready to power developer creativity right out of the box. Powerful, flexible, simple and industry standard based, the Architect Engine enables developers to engage directly with their users on their terms. The Wikitude ARchitect Engine is an Augmented Reality JavaScript framework embedded in an HTML web view which sits atop the Wikitude camera view and allows developers to control the objects in the camera view. With the all new  Wikitude SDK, this highly efficient Augmented Reality View is now available to integrate into 3rd party apps. Read More