To use augmented reality (AR) to identify home devices and display an HTML page when an object is recognized, you can follow these general steps:
Choose an AR development platform: In your case, you mentioned EasyAR. Make sure you have downloaded and installed EasyAR, and have a basic understanding of how to use the platform.
Create your AR project: Open EasyAR and create a new AR project. Familiarize yourself with the tools and features available in EasyAR for object recognition and tracking.
Prepare your home device models: Gather 3D models or images of the home devices you want to recognize. These models can be in common formats like .obj or .fbx. Ensure the models accurately represent the devices you want to identify.
Train your AR model: Use EasyAR's tools to train your AR model with the home device models you prepared. This step involves capturing images or videos of the devices from different angles and distances to teach the AR system how to recognize them.
Implement HTML page integration: When the AR system successfully recognizes a home device, you can trigger the display of an HTML page. In EasyAR, you can use their scripting functionality to write code that detects the object recognition event and opens the HTML page.