Use your smartphone as a three-dimensional controller for Blender
The blender smartphone remote is an attempt to bring a free wireless spatialized controller for the masses. By using ARCore, it allows the use of human natural gesture for interactions.
NonFreeDep (the application depends on a non-free application):
⇒ contains libraries of Google Mobile Services, Google ARCode, Android Vision
Version 0.0.30.0.3 (2021-12-17)
- Target: 10.0
- MinVer: 7.0
- ABIs: arm64-v8a,armeabi-v7a,x86,x86_64
13 Libraries detected:
- Android Support v4 (Development Framework)
The Android Support Library is not actually a single library, but rather a collection of libraries that can roughly be divided into two groups: compatibility and component libraries. For details, please see Understanding the Android Support Library
- Android Jetpack Annotations (Utility)
library that contains the annotations for Android Jetpack.
- AppCompat (Utility)
support newer Android features on older Android versions.
- Constraint Layout Library (Utility)
library to reduce the number of nested views needed.
- Androidx Core (Utility)
a static library that you can add to your Android application in order to use APIs that are either not available for older platform versions or utility APIs that aren't a part of the framework APIs.
- Lifecycle (Utility)
perform actions in response to a change in the lifecycle status of another component, such as activities and fragments.
- Android Jetpack VersionedParcelable (Utility)
Provides a stable but relatively compact binary serialization format that can be passed across processes or persisted safely.
- Android VisionⒹ (Utility)
provides common functionality for working with visual object detectors. Face Detection in Google Play services 7.8, includes vision API for optical character recognition, detecting faces, and reading barcodes. Requires Google Play Services.
- Google Mobile ServicesⒹ (Development Framework)
Google Mobile Services
in terms of the Android library refers to Google Play Services
, a proprietary background service and API package for Android devices which is not
part of the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). The library does not contain those services (i.e. it usually requires the Google Framework, often referred to as „GApps“, being installed on the device), but allows an app to communicate with them. Be aware this usually goes along with transferring at least parts of your personal data to the Google network.
- Google Material Design (Utility)
library to help with material design guidelines.
- MessagePack for Java (Utility)
MessagePack serializer implementation (a fast and compact alternative of JSON).
- Google ARCodeⒹ (Development Framework)
Google platform to create Augmented Reality experiences.
- JeroMQ (Utility)
pure Java implementation of libzmq, the universal messaging library.
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