ARKit shows Apple’s commitment to augmented reality

Augmented reality is huge, and it’s only getting bigger, thanks to ARKit. The software, which Apple launched at WWDC 2017 in San Diego, provides the framework for developers to create crazy cool augmented reality applications. This comes with sophisticated motion tracking, which Apple called “fast and stable motion tracking”. This will ultimately allow for a more immersive experience, as objects will appear to be intrinsically part of the real space. Apple’s demonstration showed several objects introduced in an augmented reality context, and them interacting with each other. So, light from a lamp cast a shadow on a mug, despite both objects…This story continues at The Next Web
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by Matthew Hughes
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