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View the Experience in Vuforia View
Now, it’s time to view the completed project!
1. Place the appropriate ThingMark on a flat surface where you can easily interact with it.
2. From your supported mobile device, open Vuforia View.
3. Point the camera of your device at the ThingMark.
4. Vuforia View alerts you with a sound or vibration once the ThingMark has been scanned successfully, and a list of available experiences appears. The experiences in the list have all been associated with the particular ThingMark that you scanned.
5. Select Raspberry Pi Experience from the list of experiences.
6. Wait a moment with your device still pointed at the ThingMark.
If the model is large, a progress indicator appears. Try not to move the mobile device until this loading process completes.
Slowly move your mobile device further away from the ThingMark so that you can view the entire experience.
7. Once the experience loads, you can interact with the various components of your AR experience:
As you move your mobile device around (while still pointed at the ThingMark), the Raspberry Pi case moves as well. This can allow you to view the model from multiple angles.
In the left panel, you’ll see more information, such as the text area with the core temperature and the gauge displaying the amount of used memory with a maximum based off the total memory.
If you press the Play button one time, the disassembly animation plays. If you press the Play button a second time, the case reassembles itself.
Initially, the 3D Label is not visible, but if you press the IoT button, the label appears. If you press the IoT button again, the label is hidden.