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Fri, Feb 21 2014


I want to use NinevehGL in connection with vuforia Framework. I tried rendering a model of a car once with a project created by the NinevehGL Xcode Template and once with the Augmented Reality sample Application. The rendering of the model in the Xcode Template generated project looks really nice with environment light effects and reflections on the glass parts of the car. In the Augmented Reality sample all those effects are missing and the car looks really boring without these effects.

What is the problem here?

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Fri, Feb 28 2014

In response to: @alexhaberschlac


Probably it's that way because the light source is not correctly positioned, like it's without the AR space. Try to move the NGLLight or even using to rebase feature (just like you do with the mesh) to change the light's position.
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