Control Avatar (ARKit)

Describe how to control MYTY Avatar movement with ARKit


Motion capture results should be provided to allow MYTY Avatars to reflect the movement of users. This interface defines how to deliver the ARKit results.

Input parameters


Normalized position of detected face. This is used to position AR Face in the screen.


Scale of detected face. This is used to scale AR Face in the screen.


Up vector of detected face. This is used to rotate head around the z-axis in FullBody mode.


Forward vector of detected face. This is used to rotate head around the y-axis in FullBody mode.


Blendshape results from AR Kit. This is used to apply facial expressions to MYTY Avatar. As of April 2023, MYTY SDK uses coefficients below.

browDownLeft, browDownRight, browOuterUpLeft, browOuterUpRight, eyeBlinkLeft, eyeBlinkRight, jawOpen, mouthClose, mouthPucker, mouthSmileLeft, mouthSmileRight, mouthStretchLeft, mouthStretchRight

For more details about blendshape in ARKit, you can refer to the document below.

Example Usage (Dart)<UnityBloc>().add(
      arKitData: ARKitData(
        facePosition: vm.Vector3(screenCoordinates.x / screenWidth,
            screenCoordinates.y / screenHeight, 0),
        faceScale: vm.Vector3(0.35 / facePosition.length,
            0.35 / facePosition.length, 0.35 / facePosition.length),
        up: vm.Vector3(-upVector.x, upVector.y, upVector.z),
        forward: anchor.transform.forward,
        blendshapes: ARKitBlendShape(
            browDownLeft: anchor.blendShapes['browDown_L'] ?? 0,
            browDownRight: anchor.blendShapes['browDown_R'] ?? 0,
            browOuterUpLeft: anchor.blendShapes['browOuterUp_L'] ?? 0,
            browOuterUpRight: anchor.blendShapes['browOuterUp_R'] ?? 0,
            eyeBlinkLeft: anchor.blendShapes['eyeBlink_L'] ?? 0,
            eyeBlinkRight: anchor.blendShapes['eyeBlink_R'] ?? 0,
            jawOpen: anchor.blendShapes['jawOpen'] ?? 0,
            mouthClose: anchor.blendShapes['mouthClose'] ?? 0,
            mouthPucker: anchor.blendShapes['mouthPucker'] ?? 0,
            mouthSmileLeft: anchor.blendShapes['mouthSmile_L'] ?? 0,
            mouthSmileRight: anchor.blendShapes['mouthSmile_R'] ?? 0,
            mouthStretchLeft: anchor.blendShapes['mouthStretch_L'] ?? 0,
            mouthStretchRight: anchor.blendShapes['mouthStretch_R'] ?? 0),

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