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On-device Image Recognition for iOS

Sukhdeep Jun 30, 2015

I have copied few images in the Reference images folder of the project but the app is not recognizing the images. But it recognize the default images already placed in the project.

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Catchoom Team

Jun 30, 2015

Hi Sukhdeep,

The reference images folder is purely for your reference when downloading the example, but the SDK is not using that folder at all. In other words, it is a handy folder to get you started much faster and be able to point at them and recognize them right away.

In order to use your own images, you need to have an on-device collection in CraftAR and then download the corresponding bundle to add them to your project.

Please follow the steps described in the tutorial Create collection bundles in the CraftAR service (http://support.catchoom.com/customer/portal/articles/2019131-tutorial-create-collection-bundles-in-the-craftar-service) and then Manage Collection Bundles with the On-device Image Recognition SDK for iOS (http://support.catchoom.com/customer/portal/articles/2018671-tutorial-manage-collection-bundles-with-the-on-device-image-recognition-sdk-for-ios).

Let us know if you have any trouble following those first two steps.
Best,
David

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Catchoom Team

Jun 30, 2015

Hi Sukhdeep,

The reference images folder is purely for your reference when downloading the example, but the SDK is not using that folder at all. In other words, it is a handy folder to get you started much faster and be able to point at them and recognize them right away.

In order to use your own images, you need to have an on-device collection in CraftAR and then download the corresponding bundle to add them to your project.

Please follow the steps described in the tutorial Create collection bundles in the CraftAR service (http://support.catchoom.com/customer/portal/articles/2019131-tutorial-create-collection-bundles-in-the-craftar-service) and then Manage Collection Bundles with the On-device Image Recognition SDK for iOS (http://support.catchoom.com/customer/portal/articles/2018671-tutorial-manage-collection-bundles-with-the-on-device-image-recognition-sdk-for-ios).

Let us know if you have any trouble following those first two steps.
Best,
David

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Nilesh

Jul 18, 2015

We are planning to use on device IR but want to know the size consumed for each image we store on device. Just to get idea if we want to store 1000 images how big the app will be and will it be feasible or not.

Thanks
Nilesh
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Catchoom Team

Jul 20, 2015

Hi Nilesh,

The size consumed by the on-device IR is roughly 20KB per image. The number of images you can add depends on the plan you choose. You need a plan to be able to add app ids and create on-device bundles for your apps.

Please let us know if you need further help.

Best,
Beatriu

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