Texel Logic – in collaboration with Unity, IndyCar, and Autodesk – developed an AR application that allowed attendees at the Autodesk University conference to visualize the aerodynamics on an IndyCar in augmented reality. The project was featured on the Unity Blog with details on how the different companies worked together.
For this project I was the project manager and provided additional developing support for the early stages of the project.
As the developer I assisted the lead developer to orient the air flow particles across the vehicle based on the user position when a QR code that were mounted on the vehicle were scanned. The project did not allow for any external libraries for object tracking to be used.
This project was created by Texel Logic, a Jackson Dawson company.