Since the announcement of Apple's new augmented reality developer platform at WWDC in June, developers have been sharing interesting new AR experiences on iOS devices, including practical applications like measuring tape apps and basic character model demos.
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Just last month, Apple made their intentions pretty clear when they announced the ARKit SDK at WWDC 2017. We’ve known that Apple has always had an interest in augmented reality (AR), but the launch of the SDK actually signalled that Apple was looking to do something about it. What exactly will be the result remains to be seen.
Apple confirmed at WWDC 2017 what we already knew: augmented reality (AR) will play a big role in the future of the iPhone, starting with iOS 11. But you won’t have to wait for iOS 11 to arrive in order to experience AR on the iPhone. A new startup is already taking preorders for the strange glasses in the image above, which can deliver iPhone-based AR experiences right now.
Earlier this year at WWDC, Apple showed off an augmented reality demo that used an iPad to recreate the famous Dejarik holochess game from Star Wars. It turns out that was more than just a tech demo: today Disney announced that it is creating an actual augmented reality platform that it will use to bring that game and other projects to life.
Nexus Interactive Arts, an immersive media division of VFX production studio Nexus Studios, have used Apple’s ARKit working on an iPhone 7 in an experiment that creates basic inside-out positional tracking and pass-through AR for a Google Cardboard headset. Announced last month at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), ARKit is an iOS 11 tool allowing developers to create AR applications thanks to the
Apple at WWDC 2017 last month introduced Core NFC, a new iOS 11 framework that enables apps to detect Near Field Communication tags.
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