Imagine sitting on your patio, scrolling through the photos of your phone and remembering the past. Now imagine that you could see these photos floating in the air exactly where they were taken a year ago.
Exactly this experience with augmented reality promises a new app called ReplayAR.
] The app is available for free from the App Store for iOS and uses GPS coordinates to anchor the photos you take in the app to real locations.
For example, if you want to take a photo of a friend who is going to the Leaning Tower of Pisa, you can revisit that place later and find that the photo you have taken is still floating there where you left it. 1
In addition to taking photos and anchoring them in their real locations, you can also capture photos and videos of your AR experience and share them online.
"Our patented technology allows you to geocache your memories and see them through According to Jay Huddy, the inventor and founder of ReplayAR, the experiences were projected in the places where they actually took place.
"Finding these AR photos in the real world is basically a combination of Instagram and Pokémon GO, but above that In addition, the AR you are creating today can also be seen by future generations and is a lasting phrase: we were here.
While ReplayAR is available for download, the team believes that it is still at an experimental stage and is currently working to "extend the app into a global social networking platform for AR."