AR Code Tech | 14/12/2023 |
In the world of Augmented Reality, the AR Code's "Custom Link" tool stands out as a powerful ally. Integrated as a clickable banner, it emerges seamlessly during the visualization of an AR experience, offering a great opportunity to enhance user engagement.
Custom links serve as an ideal supplementary tool to our Custom Pages, enhancing the engagement of viewers during your Augmented Reality QR Code experiences.
Amplify User Interaction
Although the integration of the link is optional, we strongly encourage our clients to embrace this innovative tool. It serves as a smart strategy to extend user engagement beyond their first interaction with your AR Code content.
Your audience can smoothly transition from admiring various elements such as 3D models, AR Videos, AR Texts, AR Portals, AR Logos, or AR Photos to exploring your website with just a simple click on the link.
Features and Design of the Banner
Each custom link banner is thoughtfully designed to incorporate a brief description (less than 40 characters), a direct URL, and a quick access point to that URL. Here's a practical example:
- Text: 15% off your next Coca-Cola Store order
- URL : https://us.coca-cola.com/
In this demonstration, an AR Code is cleverly positioned on a Coca-Cola bottle, and the AR experience is accessible via any smartphone, such as an iPhone, serving as a gateway to an immersive experience.
The experience displays an AR Logo generated from an SVG image file on the AR Code interface.
Setting Up Your Custom Link: A Breeze
Setting up the custom link is a simple and direct process, integrated either during the creation of your AR Code or when modifying it. Simply fill out the appropriate fields in the "Custom Link" section, and the system will handle the banner management automatically.
Universal Compatibility without a Mobile App: Android and Apple
We strive for complete universality with Custom Links, mirroring the AR Code solution itself. Our goal is to ensure flawless compatibility, facilitating the display of AR Code experiences and their associated links on any smartphone, and eventually, on augmented reality glasses, without requiring a third-party application.
Whether on a recent Android device using ARCore or an older model utilizing webAR, the experience will always be accessible.
Here is an example of a banner on an ARCore display of an Android mobile:
And here is an example of displaying the custom link in webAR for older Android devices or for AR videos:
We invite you to explore this innovation, poised to transcend the norms of user engagement in the augmented reality universe.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the "Custom Link" tool in AR Code?
The Custom Link tool in AR Code is an integrated clickable banner that appears during the visualization of an Augmented Reality experience. It is designed to enhance user engagement by offering a direct link, enabling users to smoothly transition from the AR experience to exploring a website or another online destination.
How does the Custom Link complement the AR Code experience?
Custom links serve as an ideal supplementary tool to our Custom Pages, enhancing viewers' engagement during their Augmented Reality QR Code experiences. This tool encourages users to further engage with content beyond their initial interaction with the AR Code, amplifying interaction with elements such as 3D models, AR Videos, and more.
How can I set up a Custom Link in my AR Code?
Setting up a custom link is straightforward. You can integrate it either during the creation of your AR Code or when modifying it. Navigate to the "Custom Link" section, fill out the required fields, and the system will handle the banner management automatically. The banner itself is designed to include a brief description, a direct URL, and a quick access point to that URL.
Is the Custom Link compatible with all smartphones?
Yes, our goal is universal compatibility with Custom Links, similar to the AR Code solution. We aim to ensure flawless compatibility, allowing the accessibility of AR Code experiences and their associated links on any smartphone. This includes recent Android devices with ARCore, older models utilizing webAR, Apple devices, and in the future, augmented reality glasses, all without the need for a third-party application.
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