Reality Editor 2
The Reality Editor is the app for the iPhone that allows you to interact with, edit or combine the functionality of connected Objects like the WeDo 2.0, Philips Hue lights and all the other smart devices.
Reality Editor 2 Server
The Reality Editor server allows you to build your own user interfaces for connected objects. For more information on how to implement the Server check out our Hardware Interfaces section. The Server is platform independent written for the NodeJS runtime environment. The installation section explains how to setup the Server.
Lego WeDo 2.0 & Philips Hue Starter App
If you just want to experiment with Logic Crafting this is the right starting point. Download the App on to your computer and open it. A menu helps you to get started with your Lego Wedo 2.0 set and/or Philips Hue lights. Use the Reality Editor for iOS to interact with your objects.
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Installing the Reality Editor 2 Server
OSX & Linux & Windows
- node.js (version v0.12.9 required, 4.x.x and 5.x.x. is not supported at the moment)
- Download and unzip the Reality Editor Pro Server to your computer.
- Within the terminal, open the unzipped folder.
- Type in the following into the terminal:
- Once the installation has ended type the following in to the terminal:
- Open your browser with the following URL:
- You are now ready to create Web based AR content for the Reality Editor.
Raspberry Pi & Pi Zero (ARM based computer)
(Contributed by by Mohammed Ibrahim and Kevin Ortman)
- Raspberrry Pi (Tested version: B+ 1.2, B 1.1, 2) or Raspberrry Pi Zero
- Raspbian OS Wheezy or Jessie
- Internet connection for the PI (For using the Vuforia portal)
- The Pi and the Reality Editor need to be connected to the same local Network
- Reality Editor Pro Server Code from Github
- Use NOOBS to install the base Raspian image.
- Update the system software.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade -y
- Remove the default nodejs instance and replace it with v0.12 or higher.
sudo apt-get remove nodejs
curl –sLS https://apt.adafruit.com/add | sudo bash
sudo apt-get install -y node
- Get the latest OpenHybrid Object code and download dependencies
git clone https://github.com/openhybrid/object.git
- Run the OpenHybrid Object code
A this point, you should be able to navigate to port 8080 on your device and find the Object dashboard.