Augmented reality jigsaw jigsaw puzzle game PuzzlAR: World Tour, now available on mobile devices, has just been upgraded to a new version for the Magic Leap One.
Back in November 2018, Magic Leap sought to bolster its AR ecosystem by launching the Independent Creator Program. The idea for the game and app developers in the spatial computing to submit their AR project ideas to Magic Leap for possible funding support.
After the company sifted through 6,500 app ideas, Puzzlar: World Tour was one of the first apps to win a grant. The app was created by a Lisbon, Portugal-based team called ONTOP Studios. If PuzzlAR sounds familiar, that's because it made its initial debut as a mobile-only game way back in 201
The object of the game is to reassemble a national monument after it's broken into several, 3D pieces.
The ONTOP studios team chose to use the control device instead of hand gestures because of this more accurate when moving a virtual object into three dimensions.
During production, the developers claim they were careful to take an end-user-focused approach to designing the puzzle. AR app, PuzzlAR starts with the player having to look around the planet Earth is fully visible.
As a result, the app claims the necessary step of scanning your environment. Once finished, the AR constructs scale automatically based on the distance from the player.
The object of the game is to reassemble a national monument after it's been broken into several, 3D pieces.
"Magic background is in animation and movie, and magic leap represents to all." creatives, visionaries, and … everyone, "said Nuno Folhadela, CEO of ONTOP, in a statement on Magic Leap's blog.
" Stories and experiences no longer need to be confined to a screen, and instead can […]
Since most consumers have some form of AR-capable smartphone nowadays, playing AR games on your mobile device just makes sense. PuzzlAR is a truly immersive experience.
AR puzzlAR: World Tour from mobile to the magic the right direction for the advancement of the entire AR ecosystem. It is proof that, months after announcing the first winners, Magic Leap's app funding initiative is beginning to bear fruit.
Reporting by Jim Manning