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Getting Started with WebAR Multi-Trigger on Aryel

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So, you decided that your business needs an extra gear and you want to create AR Marketing campaigns, but you’re not sure where to start? No worries, we got you covered.

In this article, we will have a step-by-step overview of how to use Multi-Trigger feature on a  campaign with Aryel in a snap. Get ready: we’re landing!

Why creating AR campaigns with Aryel?

Okay, let’s start from the basics: why Aryel? At the moment, Aryel is a one-of-a-kind AR marketing platform that features a drag and drop interface to easily set up engaging AR campaigns in only a few easy steps.

On Image-Tracking and Marker-Based campaigns, you can unlock the Multi-Trigger feature in the Settings tab.

This allows users to scan more triggers in the same experience simultaneously. At the moment users can scan up to 3 triggers at the same time to see related WebAR content simultaneously.

All right, enough with the chit-chat, let’s see how to use this incredible feature on Aryel!

1. Create your campaign

This feature is available on any Image-Tracking and Marker-Based campaign; first create an experience and choose the name as always. Choose your trigger image (take a look here for some best-practices) and add your 3D content.

2. Go to Settings

When you created your scenes, chose the triggers and the content you want to show in WebAR, its’ time to unlock the Multi-Trigger feature.

Go to Settings in the left bottom corner of the page.

Step 2 - Settings

3. Enable the feature

Scroll the menu to Advanced Settings, and enable the Multi-Tracking feature.

Step 3 - Multi Tracking

4. Click Save

Don’t forget to save before going back to the editor!

Step 4 - Save

5. Go back to the Editor

Go back to the campaign builder and take care of the last details or add more scenes and triggers!

Step 5 - Back to Editor

Please, notice that there are two options:

-> you can add many trigger images in the same scene, and when scanned they will all simultaneously show the same content (up to 3 at the same time).

-> you can create more scenes,  one for every Image trigger you need; when scanned they will show all the related WebAR content simultaneously (up to 3 at the same time).

Please notice:

  • if it’s a random campaign you can create more scenes, one for every content you want to display and assign one or more triggers to each scene.
  • if it’s a sequential campaign you can create more scenes, one for every “step” of the storytelling, and assign one or more triggers to each scene

👉 Take a look at an example here:

👉 Take a look at this step-by-step tutorial on our YouTube channel.