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AR Experience editor consists of three menu areas:
1. A horizontal menu on top that contains all features of the tool.

Using the horizontal menu, you can add Shapes (Plane, Box, Sphere, Cone and Cylinder) to the complex augmentation scene.

You can also add multimedia elements using the Add Object menu. Images, videos and 3D models can be added.

Based on your preferences, you can change the theme of the AR Experience editor and select a Light or a Dark theme.

The AR Experience editor can run in Fullscreen mode using the View menu. You can see a preview of your complex augmentation using the Preview menu.

Using the File menu, you can Save your scene multiple times while creating the complex augmentation. Once you are done, you can select the Exit menu and return to the web platform.

2. A vertical toolbar on the left that contains 3 tools: Translate, Rotate and Scale
The Translate tool allows you to move each object on the complex augmentation scene. The object can move in all directions.

The Rotate tool allows you to rotate each object on the complex augmentation scene. The object can rotate in all directions.

The Translate tool allows you to scale and change the size of each object on the complex augmentation scene.

Finally, on the right there is a vertical panel that contains all the info regarding the objects placed in the scene. It is used to fine tune the parameters of each object. In this panel, you can also delete an object placed on the scene, create a duplicate object (clone) or make it invisible.


AR Experience Editor is an advanced tool for creating complex augmentations in the 3D world. The tool was added in ARTutor Version 4.
All sorts of multimedia elements can be added in a complex augmentation scene.
For example, you can add images, shapes, videos, text and 3D objects in a scene. The complex augmentation scene will be displayed when the ARTutor application detects the trigger image. All of the items on the complex augmentation scene are fully interactable and can be rotated or scaled.
An example is shown below. In the complex augmentation scene, besides the trigger image that activated the AR experience, there is a 3D model, a video and some text.