Based on the forum members' and developers' experience, what are some of the more affordable Android phones that work well with, and fit nicely into, into the Aryzon viewer?
Many of the Aryzon users (I imagine) are looking at Aryzon because it offers a potentially amazing AR solution at a really low cost. So for such users for whom cost is a limitation, myself included, what are some of the cheapest systems that can still work well with Aryzon?
I had the idea of AR/VR environments, that is, a virtual world matched to and overlaid over the boundaries of the real one, seen through a headset - something like 7-8 years ago when I first got a 2nd gen iPod touch with its simple tilt mechanics, and thought the idea would be amazing if it were someday feasible, but this combined with ARKit and Unity, may well be the first system which makes such a setup realistically possible for me to create. It's one of the ideas that was a pipe dream for me for years and now actually looks feasible to do.
I also have had a ton of other technical-exhibit ideas of varying quirky and specialized forms over the years, none of which have ever really panned out due to lack of resources.
A couple of them would've involved highly detailed miniatures, like little cameras streaming video from the front of RC cars they're mounted to, to a set of tablet controllers that could also trigger the RC vehicles' controls remotely... the cars would be running through a highly detailed and realistic miniature racing course, enclosed, so it's like a racing game only visually far more tactile looking, kind of a museum exhibit sort of idea. There was one project I attempted to fund years ago - Miniature Multiverse - which Kickstarter gave an editor's pick but still failed horrendously. That would've been a puzzler set in a web of 360-degree viewpoints (sort of like a higher res Myst III Exile) but all the views again captured inside elaborate miniature worlds, for which I had designs/concepts, the idea was to mount a high resolution camera with telephoto lens above the worlds, one node position at a time, capturing optically zoomed views of polished chrome ball bearings placed one at a time in position below the camera, so they'd reflect everything around them, 360 degrees, those elements of course would then be run through a polar coordinates filter and wrapped into a network of interconnected equirectangular panoramas with links between them, integration animations, sky replacement, etc. I had a technical proof of concept and it would've worked if I could've actually fully built the worlds - I might still attempt it (someday) if my situation improves.
That's just a couple of examples though. I always have all sorts of loopy and impractical notions.
Anyway, are there any good phones you'd recommend that are cheap but would work well with this?