Amazon Sumerian lets anyone create VR/AR applications. You don’t need specialized programming or 3D graphics expertise to get started. You can create, edit, & publish applications with a Web browser using the Sumerian editor.
Using AR & machine vision, this app throws up information about objects around you which you want to capture via your phone camera.
To use the Just a Line app, you just draw on your smartphone’s touchscreen with your finger, hit the ‘record’ button & make drawings of anything you like, in real time. The drawings will pop up like magic, superimposed on your actual environment like they’re just floating around.
It has announced a preview of its software development kit & “creator portal,” which will offer resources for people who want to build for its yet-unreleased Magic Leap One headset.
Ottifox is an application that you can use on your Mac that looks a lot like the popular Sketch app.
Snap released a Web-based tool called ‘Create-Your-Own’ that lets anyone create a custom Filter or Lens with a temporary time frame & geofence — for a price.
Now, Google has announced the new Augmented Reality mode in Motion Stills for Android.
Lucyd, a UK-based tech company, is set on being the 1st to market with lightweight, prescription-ready AR smartglasses. It would also be the 1st company to fund R&D & launch a mainstream product of such magnitude through an Initial Coin Offering.
AR tech isn’t just relevant to the Pokemon Go! & Snapchat crowd. In the near future, AR will impact a wide range of industries, from e-commerce to healthcare. No matter who you are, you’ll benefit from it on some way.
Fusing reality with augmented reality, this one is something straight out of Tom Cruise’s, ‘Mission Impossible.’
Some Online reports suggest more features being added to Pokemon GO. Players will soon be able to offer creatures for others to browse & choose from.