The new app has fun AR stickers that are triggered off by your words.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 Platform debuts at Augmented World Expo.
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.