How to make 3d model move by tap interaction?

  • Hey Steven,

    You can use Native AR Tracking to make sure your object is in the right size and in the right position.

    It should set it on the floor, If you align the bottom of your object to zero on Y axis.

    Check out our Portal Template to see how native tracking works:

    Here is the link to tracking types available in Lens Studio:

    Hope this will helps! 

    Happy Creating,

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  • Hi Karolina!


    Thank you for the response. I am working on a school project and I'm trying to view 3d models in AR where the user can interact with the object (furniture). Can I apply this type of tracking method?

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  • Where are you importing the 3d assets from?  If you bring them in from Daz you can set the model to the floor there before exporting.  

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  • Hey Steven,

    If your model is static, you can use the Static Object template; if it's animated, use the Animated Object template and replace the content with your own. You can then interact with the model and modify the position scale and orientation of an object. Please make sure to check Native Tracking on the camera.

    Hope that helps,


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