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The Facebook Pixel is an analytics tool that helps you measure how effective your Facebook ad campaigns are by monitoring the actions people take on your AR campaign.
You may create, for instead, retargeting sponsored posts with the audience of users who have seen your experience.
Google Analytics is used to track website activity such as view duration, scenes per view, scans etc. of individuals using the site and the information on the source of the traffic.
Considering that your campaign is hosted on the web (not surprisingly, it’s called WebAR), you can map and discover users insights, bridging the off/on-line worlds.
Poly is a website created by Google that allows creators to easily share 3D objects. It features a free library containing thousands of 3D objects for virtual reality and augmented reality applications.
Thanks to that, directly in the builder, you can browse, discover, and find 3D ready-to-use objects for use in your scenes.
Hotjar is a behavior analytics and user feedback service that helps you understand your website users’ behavior and get their feedback through tools such as heatmaps, session recordings, and surveys.
Considering that your campaign is hosted on the web (not surprisingly, it’s called WebAR), you may get a heatmap and behavior analysis of users experience in your campaign.
Pexels is a free stock photo and video website and app that helps designers, bloggers, and everyone looking for visuals to find great pictures and videos that can be downloaded and used for free.
Thanks to that, directly in the builder, you can browse, discover, and find videos and pictures ready-to-use objects for use in your scenes.
Unsplash has been cited as one of the world’s leading photography websites. It’s a website dedicated to sharing stock photography. The website claims a growing library of over 2 million photos under the Unsplash license.
Thanks to that, directly in the builder, you can browse, discover, and find images and pictures ready-to-use objects to use in your scenes.