The Argon Augmented Reality Browser was the worlds first Augmented Reality browser based on open web standards. Argon4 is the next step in the revolution started by Argon and continued by Argon2 Isotope and Argon3, seamlessly integrating advanced AR technology with iOS web technology. Argon4 enables traditional web developers to create augmented reality applications that combine the mobile device hardware sensors with computer vision tracking technology, making it simple to move the Internet off your desktop and into the world around you. Argon4 delivers AR experiences exactly the same way traditional web experiences are delivered, by entering a URL into the address bar.

Web applications for Argon4 are created using the argon.js JavaScript library. Visit the Argon developer site to see how to create your own AR-enabled web site. Documentation and tutorials for creating AR-enabled web content for Argon can be found on, the developer site for the argon.js library used to create platform-independent AR web content.

Note: Requires a device with GPS, gyro, compass, and camera. Must be running Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) or higher.
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What's New

- Users can set location permissions per origin
- Enabled Vuforia setHint (e.g. MaxSimultaneousImageTargets)
- Bug fixes

Note: Requires the latest argonjs with Android support.

Known Issues:
- Websites with invalid SSL certificates are not loaded.
- Touches are not propagated correctly over Streetview Reality.
- Cannot interact with a webpage when the console is open.
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Additional Information

June 9, 2017
Current Version
Requires Android
6.0 and up
Content Rating
Interactive Elements
Unrestricted Internet
Offered By
Georgia Tech Research Corporation
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