Samsung released a new Wacom tool at this week's developer conference, which gives the S-Pen AR capabilities, as well as its own entry into the AR cloud market called Project Whare.
But while Samsung is just deploying its AR cloud to developers, Niantic's Niantic Real World Platform is already up and running as Ingress Prime's first app built on this platform launched this week. [19659002InthemeantimeDomino'slatestpizzaexperiencehasattractedcustomersthroughoutABCwithanARexperienceinthebroadcastindustrytoincreasethenumberofviewers
Samsung steps up its AR game with AR Cloud and AR Ink platforms
With barely any Samsung on the first day of the developer conference, there was a whisper of augmented reality. With the launch of the AR Cloud version and a partnership with Wacom, Samsung gained momentum on the second day, transforming Samsung's S-Pen into an augmented reality magic wand.
During the Spotlight meeting on Thursday, Wacom President and CEO Nobutaka Ide took to the stage to present Wacom Ink Layer Language (WILL 3.0). The SDK provides apps with "semantic understanding" and depth perception via the camera view of the mobile device. Not only can users access the real world, they can also add 3D content based on the app's interpretation of the environment.
Same Day Participants also got a glimpse into the Project Whare AR cloud platform from the Samsung Next Incubator. Project Whare offers many of the AR cloud qualities that bring platforms such as the Niantic Real World Platform and 6D.ai to the table, but the Samsung platform also offers a unique capability.
Keep reading to learn more about them. new platforms and the possibilities of the AR, which they offer for developers and app publishers …
REALITY BITES: According to a report by TechCrunch Facebook has reoriented Oculus' organizational structure. The company, which is focusing on AR alongside VR, is switching from a product-based structure to a technology-focused structure. Historically, leaders seldom reorganize when they are satisfied with the way things are going. Expect further changes in the coming months.
Niantic platform for real world debuts in ingress reboot
Ingress, the godfather of Niantic Labs' site-based AR games, has been rebuilt by Ingress Prime, a re-launch of the game developed on the Niantic Real World Platform , a new life.
After Niantic annoyed the restart at the end of last year, Niantic released the new game App Store and Google Play on Monday. The premise remains the same – "hack" portals in real locations to claim the territory for your chosen faction – but the game gets some UI improvements.
Learn more about the app and the Niantic Real World Platform actually adds to the experience …
REALITY BITES: From the recent resulting from Netflix, Hack Day is one with ARKit created eye-tracking navigation system enabled by the iPhone X series TrueDepth camera. While these hacks seldom go into production, there is an app called the Hawkeye Access web browser that uses the same approach. Developer Matt Moss originally presented the concept [June1990]. 
Domino's Australia unveils its mobile app with AR
If you're hungry for pizza and order at Domino's in Australia, you can now see what your pie is like Look for advanced reality before you place your order. Domino's updated app available on the App Store and Google Play includes New Pizza Chef, an entertaining tool that allows customers to create a virtual version of their pizza and choice. Toppings. Read on to learn more about the experience and how AR Marketing can help Domino excel in the competitive world of fast food …
Domino's Australia unveils its mobile app with AR
If you're hungry for pizza and order at Domino's in Australia, you can now see what your pie is like Look for advanced reality before you place your order.
Domino's updated app available on the App Store and Google Play includes New Pizza Chef, an entertaining tool that allows customers to create a virtual version of their pizza and choice. Toppings.
Read on to learn more about the experience and how AR Marketing can help Domino excel in the competitive world of fast food …
Election Day is like the Super Bowl for network and cable television news, so ABC News, with a new augmented reality experience, breaks out of the big guns to win the audience's eyeballs.
With all 435 seats in the House of Repr with 35 seats in the Senate and 36 gubernatorial offices in the competition, ABC News designed a new augmented reality news set to see the datawarers on Election Day.
Continue reading to learn more about the . AR experience and how technology is fast becoming a favorite for broadcast news …
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