I am working with a client that is buying a large laser billboard that projects a video onto a building. They want to create an AR experience that is synchronized with the video being shown. I know it is not possible to have 2 different image markers in one lens, but can I use a Snapcode marker to trigger an event and also have an image marker that would trigger a different event? (the snapcode marker would be in the video first, and then later in the video the image marker would be broadcasted)
The other workaround I have been investigating is using the Coaster Marker project to create specific triggers at specific times. I have been able to rotate the coaster trigger in the video which then changes what is triggered and when within the AR lens. Would this be a better way to achieve what I am trying to do?
Here is a demo of the coaster being rotated which allows me to control the time of 4 different triggers: