Our national month-long celebration of all things, scary and crawling, climaxes on Halloween on Wednesday and ends on Friday with Día de Muertos, so now is the ideal time for The New York Times ]  In a special Halloween issue of The New York Times readers are led to the "Monsters That Live On You" feature, which presents a series of real parasites and pests that are more frightening than anything what Stephen King could imagine using a QR code in the printed edition of The New York Times
Visible in AR via the iOS and Android app on ARKit and ARCore compliant devices, ie The creatures featured include the influenza virus, facial mites, bedbugs, a house fly, and a cockroach that can be brought into the reader's room with the horizontal surface detection capabilities of their respective AR drives. In a small improvement to this particular story, virtual bugs crawl across the screen as users browse. As is customary in the Times & # 39; AR stories, each AR monster is accompanied by a Factoid.
Be forewarned: You may not want to rummage through the story while eating, as there is much talk about physical waste. In fact, you will probably feel that you need to take a shower after reading.
This article also includes some enhancements to the user interface, including a full-screen manual button and a full-screen, interface-free option
"We & # 39; After spending a few months designing these lower straps, we began to implement some design changes We found that the "scroll-jacking" we used for iOS and Android was somewhat frustrating for some readers and had mixed results, meaning that sometimes readers would not scroll right through the window or have other problems with it Entering and leaving every AR moment. The new design makes scrolling jacking ü It is superfluous and leaves the viewer in full screen mode only. We have also implemented a full interface-free mode in full-screen mode. After a few seconds, all elements of the user interface are hidden. They can be returned with a faucet. I think it's an easier experience overall, "said Graham Roberts, director of immersive platforms and co-director of the NYTVR virtual reality program, in an e-mail message to Next Reality.
The Times continues exploring Augmented Reality Storytelling, with this feature it's his 10th AR experience since the tool was introduced into his immersive Toolbox in February and the first feature for younger readers. "The media company has no signs of slowing its AR coverage as others, z USA Today and the Washington Post have begun to follow their own AR stories.
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