Welcome to the Immersal SDK documentation. These pages cover all features of the SDK, our Unity plug-in and REST API.

You'll also find tips, tricks and tutorials to get you started in developing AR applications.

What is it?

In a nutshell, Immersal SDK merges the digital with the physical.

You can create Augmented Reality experiences and tools that are tied to real, physical locations. These next-generation AR applications allow you to interact with your environment and do things that have never been possible.

Map, create and share

Our state-of-the-art visual positioning technology extends the capabilities of ARKit and ARCore, bringing AR experiences into a shared coordinate space for all users.

Immersal SDK allows building markerless, persistent and battery-friendly AR experiences.

What can it do?

Immersal SDK brings immersice AR experiences and tools to large spaces. The applications are limitless and range from AR games to ad campaigns, indoor navigation and maintenance tools for industries — your imagination is the limit.

To get an idea of some of the possibilities, please watch a video of some of our early concept tests.

The following case study demonstrates the pipeline from capturing to editing content in a commercial application.

Main Features

  • Fast visual positioning with low system overhead.

  • Works both offline on-device and online in the cloud.

  • Android and iOS compatible.

  • REST API for SDK use with any device.

  • Capable of mapping large spaces, both indoor and outside.

  • Point clouds and detailed meshes of the mapped spaces available.

  • Supports multiple maps in the same space.

  • Easy-to-use Unity samples with templates for indoor navigation and more.

  • Detailed documentation to help developers get started.

  • Automatically combine multiple maps together with map stitching.

  • Continue updating older maps by restoring the map source data.

  • NEW IN 1.3: Full GPS support for map tagging and searching, Visual GPS for getting global WGS84 coordinates in any mapped area using just the device camera.

Technology showcase for city-scale AR