Wednesday, July 12, 2017
In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to work with ARKit, the new Framework from Apple that allows us to easily create Augmented Reality experiences in our iOS apps. The first thing to know about ARKit is that it can be used in three major ways:
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Imagine your imagination. Imagine being able to build the items that you see in your mind’s eye in 3D space, using gestures and a pen. Then imagine being able to bring those creations into the real world with a 3D printer.
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Wednesday, July 05, 2017
Apple’s ARKit has really taken social media by storm. Almost everyday, a new demo is shared which shows the potential that augmented reality offers and also the prowess of developers.
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Thursday, June 29, 2017
Apple’s augmented reality in ARKit isn’t available to try out in the public beta of iOS 11, but there is something that’s close: Apple Maps. Walkthrough 3D flyovers in major cities come close to feeling like augmented reality, and they’re definitely more advanced than anything that’s been available before. The VR-type effect was discovered earlier this week. It’s suddenly one of my favorite things in iOS 11.
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Tuesday, June 27, 2017
When Apple released its augmented reality toolkit (ARkit) last month, they were hoping to inspire developers to use the technology to create amazing things. Tomas Garcia answered their call. Check out this video of the moon superimposed in Garcia’s kitchen as you listen to the audio of the moon landing, stay with it to see a tiny spacecraft land on the moon’s surface.
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The website madewitharkit.com dedicated to highlighting cool apps made with Apple’s new ARKit framework, was updated today with a pair of new video demonstrations showing off some of the augmented reality possibilities coming to iPhone and iPad with iOS 11 this fall.
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Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Briefly teased at the WWDC keynote, flat-pack furniture company Ikea has officially declared that it is working on a ARKit catalog for the iPhone that will launch at some point in late 2017.
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Thursday, June 15, 2017
We’ve seen some amazing demos recently where people combine the Mapbox Unity SDK and Apple’s recently announced ARKit APIs to make stunning maps with 3D terrain and buildings that magically hover over objects in the real world. I wanted to break down the steps required to do this and turn this magic into reality.
Note: This project requires an iPhone 6S (or later) running a pre-release of iOS 11, a pre-release version of Xcode 9, and a patched version of Unity (Unity 5.6.1.p1 or later). Some experience with both Unity and iOS development using Xcode is helpful, but not required.
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Apple only announced its augmented reality developer platform ARKit last week at the Worldwide Developers Conference, but some video clips have already been posted online by developers eager to showcase the impressive potential of the software. ARKit enables iPhones and iPads running iOS 11 to superimpose computer-generated graphics over the real world, allowing developers to take their apps beyond the screen and into the user’s environment.
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Monday, June 05, 2017
Apple is diving into the world of augmented reality. ARKit is Apple’s new developer platform, allowing programmers to build apps that blend the real world with digital objects. It’s due out later this year in iOS 11.
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