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2 markers in frame

  • Hey Ben,

    No at this time we don't support two image marker at the same time.


    What you can do is to have an Image Marker and also Snapcode Marker at the same time.

    To learn more about Marker and Marker Tracking please refer to this guide:




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  • Is it possible to have two different image markers? 

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  • Hey Ana,

    Not at this time but keep eye on future updates.




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  • I wanted to have multiple (different) image markers rendered at the same time, but only one appears. Is there a plan to add this? When? :pray:


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  • Hey Tomas,

    We are not support multiple image marker tracking at this point but I will add this to our feature request.




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  • Hey Amir!

    2 years later... any updates? Any prospects on this topic?

    I'd need two markers in one sceen, since the object I want to place & retrace with a penis quite big for one marker... I want to layout CAD lines on a big surface, so I can sketch them with a pen on this surface... With one marker its very precise, but at a certain distance it gets difficult...

    Best regards



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  • Was wondering the same thing. Is this possible now? Havjng 2 image marker in one screen?

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