A tale of our team building a Web AR experience using Google’s Model Viewer.

An example of an AR app to view furnitures on rooms.


Una riflessione sulle numerose applicazioni in Realtà Aumentata e il loro reale impatto sugli utenti.

Lo stato dell’ARte


Some thoughts about AR applications and their real impact on user needs.

A forest that looks way more sharp using eyeglasses lenses.


New features, a new Github organisation and a new Documentation. All that you need to know about AR.js 3.

AR.js GIF showing supported AR types: Marker Based, Location Based, Image Tracking.


AR.js Studio is designed to build Web AR experiences for free, without coding. A Web App to create Web AR apps, and remove the barrier of coding knowledge. This is a Call to Arms to help building this tool.

An Augmented Reality books used for studying anatomy.


A tutorial for building Location-Based Augmented Reality apps that run on every browser, without any installation on your phone. For free.

A wild Magnemite appears on our studio.

Location-Based AR on the Web


A tutorial for building Location-Based Augmented Reality apps that run on every browser, without any installation on your phone. For free.

A wild Magnemite appears on our studio.

Location-Based AR on the Web


GeoAR.js is a free, lightweight library which brings Location Based Augmented Reality on the Web, using your phone GPS sensors. Let’s see what you can do with it.

GeoAR.js used to show places and click to interact with them. Without installing any app.

Web AR — State of the ARt


Myths and misconceptions in the design of accessible digital products.

“Mind the Gap” even on Web Pages.


If you have tried AR.js but your app’s performances are not satisfying, it’s time to try these tips before give up.

Nicolò Carpignoli

Web XR Expert | AR.js Maintainer| Working @ https://chialab.it | Invited Expert at W3C https://nicolocarpignoli.github.io/me

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