The Web Perception Toolkit is an open-source library that provides the tools for you to add visual search to your website. The toolkit works by taking a stream from the device camera, and passing it through a set of detectors. Any markers or targets that are identified by the detectors are mapped to structured data […]
In true Harry Potter-style, Nathan Gitter has used ARKit to bring newspapers to life: Bringing newspapers to life with #ARKit. 📰📱 Animated weather maps and sports highlights are just the beginning! Built with #ARKit2 on #iOS12. — Nathan Gitter (@nathangitter) June 23, 2018 Neat!
Flight Paths is an experiment that transforms your room into a flight path visualization. Touch any horizontal surface and explore as flights take off from JFK or SFO and fly around your space. AR Experiments: Flight Paths →
Clever use of Augmented Reality: parallel parking. Using the AirMeasure app to simplify parallel parking. Might be handy for drivers who are still learning how to park 🙂 AirMeasure →
Apple has made ARKit very easy to use, but it still requires quite a lot of efforts to properly set it up and run the first demo, especially for those who are not very familiar with 3D programming. What we are going to show you in this article is, with the help of React Native […]
The creators of “Conduct THIS!” are building an AR version of their game: Lookin’ good! Sidenote: If you want to follow iOS specific AR projects, be sure to follow @MadeWithARKit on Twitter. You’ll find some inspiring stuff on there.
A sci-fi short about augmented reality: “Strange Beasts” is an augmented reality game. It allows you to create and grow your own virtual pet. How far can it go?
Fun side project I decided to do with the HoloLens! Side Projects are the bestest projects 🙂
Time Trial is a new interactive rock climbing video game produced by Randori, and hosted at Brooklyn Boulders Somerville twice each month. Players are given the opportunity to compete in a dynamic setting featuring augmented reality on a climbing wall.