Consider, for example, the divisibility of the creation. Someone has placed a painting on the wall with the app, but is not yet ready to buy the painting. How cool would it be if this person can share the painting via an Instagram Story to ask followers via an Instagram poll what they think about it.
All in all, a lot to think about beyond the primary functionality of Hospital Mailing Lists your augmented reality idea. The more clearly you have worked this out in advance, the better you can make the briefing, the cheaper and faster your idea for an app will become reality!
You clearly have in mind which functionality your app needs in addition to the primary functionality. Now you are going to put this on paper as clearly as possible, so that the person who develops your app knows exactly what the functionality will be used for.
Also note that not all phones have ground and wall recognition. So do you want everyone to be able to use your app? Then clearly state in the briefing what should be done if this functionality is not possible.
At Kunstchef we have done it so that for models that do not have this recognition (lack of a Lidar Sensor in the phone), the painting is always placed three meters in front of the person, separate from the wall. In this way, people can still see the painting on the wall and examine the correct format.
Who makes the app
Your augmented reality idea is now really starting to take shape. So now it’s important to move on to the next step: who makes your app and what is your available budget? When finding the right app developer, many options are possible. From my experience, the most important thing is to find someone you trust. You may have to share certain confidential things with this person.
At Kunstchef, for example, we wanted to use the source files of our digital art to get the highest possible quality in the app. But do you really want to share this with a developer you don’t know personally? In any case, something to think about well in advance!