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Hi all,

I’ve been trying to wrap my head around Augmented Reality for some time. I downloaded the sources for FLARtoolkit and Papervision3D by SVN , and followed the startup tutorial from Lee.

The code itself seems understandable, but my problem is much more basic. I just don’t know how to properly set up the sources and point to them. Also, he’s using a Flex builder ( I think? ) and that’s making my tiny brain even more confused :D

Did anyone have success with setting up a basic AR example, how’d you do it?



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Its pretty straight forward isnt it? Ive done a few projects with it, using the tuts from Lee too. What is the problem exactly? What are you trying to do, but doesnt work?

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Make a new Flex project, you will have a “src” folder, than copy his packages inside the src folder (I’m guessing is something like com.something….)

This should make his classes available to your project.

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