Brickit — Build new creations from your LEGO

This is crazy: Brickit is an iPhone app that scans your pile of assorted LEGO bricks, and gives you instructions to building things using the bricks it finds. The instructions also show you where the bricks you need are placed. Would be nice if it also supported a search function, to find one specific brick …

Visually Search using your Phone’s Camera with The Web Perception Toolkit

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 …

Bringing newspapers to life with augmented reality

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!

AR Experiments: Flight Paths – A visualization of flight data that floats around you.

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 →

How to make an ARKit app in 5 minutes using React Native

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 …

AR.js: Efficient Augmented Reality for the Web

AR.js is Efficient Augmented Reality for the Web using ARToolKit. It is Fast! It runs efficiently even on phones. 60 fps on my 2 year-old phone! it is a pure javascript solution, fully opensource. It works on any phone with webgl and webrtc AR.js: Efficient Augmented Reality for the Web →