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AirMeasure

Turn your phone into a ruler with the power of AR

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AirMeasure is the ultimate measuring ToolKit for your phone. Now anytime, anywhere you have not only a tape measure but a whole set of tools to let you measure almost anything. Loaded with features, download it now.

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Google's answer to Apples ARKit

TechCrunch
In a couple weeks, Apple will release ARKit with iOS11 and, overnight, hundreds of millions of Apple devices will become augmented reality-capable machines, giving developers a sort of new mobile gold rush to find their niche and capitalize on the platform Apple CEO Tim Cook has called "big and profound."
VentureBeat
Google today launched a preview of ARCore, an Android software development kit (SDK) that brings augmented reality to existing and future Android phones without requiring additional sensors or hardware. Developers can download the SDK now and start creating new AR experiences on Android.
12 Alternatives to Google ARCore

TweetReality

The first AR client for Twitter

Enjoy Twitter with an Augmented Reality experience!

-Features-

* Timeline

* Search tweets

* Mentions

* Profile

* Write tweets

* Reply to tweets

* Like and Retweet

* Share

* 3D Experience - requires a VR headset

* Mute, Block, Report Integrated

The Verge
I like Twitter. Tweeting helps me formulate thoughts in a unique way, and despite the company's many missteps, I think it's a net positive addition to my life. That should make me a good target audience for TweetReality: an augmented reality app, based on Apple's ARKit, that puts your Twitter feed in the real world.
Digital Trends
If the future entails everyone clad in glasses mixing reality and digitizations, what will future social media platforms look like? That's the question iOS developer Oscar Falmer asked when he started development for TweetReality, the first app to put Twitter inside an augmented reality space.
The Next Web
Twitter in augmented reality is exactly as cool as it sounds. TweetReality brings tweets, search, mentions, profiles and all your favorite features and displays them neatly on a virtual screen that overlays your iPhone or iPad display (sorry Android fans). Navigating is a bit different, but fairly straightforward and intuitive.
10 Alternatives to TweetReality

Dance Reality

Dance practice in augmented reality

Dance Reality uses Apple's latest augmented reality technology to place footprints on the floor in front of you. You look through your phone to step on the footprints, then you follow the animation to practice dance patterns (see video). Train as a lead, as a follow, or as a couple, and choose a speed that works for you. Practice makes perfect!

Andy Albani- Developer, @dancerealityapp
A fun and educational app
Andy Albani- Developer, @dancerealityapp
A useful application of AR
The Verge
ARKit has looked like a promising platform for augmented reality in the few short weeks since the first two beta versions of iOS 11 were released to developers. But when iOS 11 officially drops this fall, it's more likely that we - both consumers and developers - are still going to be figuring out what to use it for.
Mashable
While we've now had several weeks to get a feel for iOS 11, there's still one big, unanswered question about the update: augmented reality. Namely, whether or not the apps developers are building using Apple's ARKit will live up to the hype.
UploadVR
Got two left feet? Want to wow your partner with your best moves? This new app built on Apple's ARKit debuts a brilliant new way to teach people to dance. All you'll need is an iPhone. Dance Reality, as the app is called, was concieved by two Seattle-based salsa dancers following the debut of Apple's new augmented reality platform earlier this year.
Road to VR
Apple's ARKit has been out for developers since it was announced last month. Because of the mind-boggling number of iPhones and iPads capable of running ARKit, the new tool is already spreading its augmented reality wings across the Internet thanks to a diverse set of developers.
Computerworld
I appear to be slightly obsessed with ARKit. You see, what Apple has unleashed with this new augmented reality (AR) platform is an opportunity for developers of all stripes to get really creative with what these technologies may actually mean. Think about reactions shortly after WWDC in June.
GeekWire
If the release of iOS 11 and Apple's new ARKit - which lets developers create augmented reality apps - has you dancing over to the App Store, perhaps learning a few steps while you're there would be a good idea.
18 Alternatives to Dance Reality

AR MeasureKit app for iOS 11

Whatever you want to measure, we have a tool for that

Leveraging Apple’s new AR technology, MeasureKit makes it really easy to measure different things in the world using your iPhone’s or iPad’s camera. It contains 7 measuring tools in total with more instruments to come in the future.

Adrian Kwiatkowski- Adrian Kwiatkowski
I've been working for this app when iOS 11 wasn't even out and man, it's amazing.
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
Also - excited to try this one.
Idownloadblog
Remember that simple yet effective measuring tape demo done with ARKit, Apple's new framework in iOS 11 for building augmented reality experiences? Wait 'til you see this one... Developer Rinat Khanov is working on an utterly impressive ARKit-powered app, aptly named MeasureKit, that turns your iOS device into the ultimate tool for measuring just about anyth… See more
9to5Mac
ARKit will be available to everyone in just a couple of weeks, and while we've seen a variety of applications that take advantage of it thus far, more polished implementations are emerging as we near the public release. Today, developer Rinat Khanov has unveiled his new augmented reality app, MeasureKit.
The Next Web
After iOS 11 dropped today, the internet went to work dissecting its best features. And if we're being honest, there's a lot to like. But one of my favorite things about iOS 11 didn't come from Apple; it's an awesome new ruler built on its augmented reality framework: ARKit.
9 Alternatives to AR MeasureKit app for iOS 11

Membit

Pin photos to 3d space with augmented reality

Membit Geo-Locative Photosharing with a new, patented form of Augmented reality that lets anyone create very precisely placed placed AR without a marker. Share the past with the present, and share the present with the future.

Jay Van Buren- CEO, Membit.co and Early-Adopter.com
how cool would it be to be able to take a picture and have nobody ever be able to dispute with you where it was taken or when, and to let anyone who comes back to that place be able to see it in situ ?
Karina Mitchell- Artist & Membit person
"Membit and Agingo are going to work together to let you (when you choose to) use your trust relationships to filter the augmented content that you see around you, AND to make the content you create verifiable through the blockchain. If you make a membit you’re going to be able to prove that you really were there and then, and any attempt to fake it will be … See more
Membit
(NYC/SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA) May 31, 2017 Membit, the first App that allows anyone to create precisely placed augmented reality anywhere without a marker, today announced the call for entries for the First Augmented Reality Hall of Fame at AWE 2017 today in Santa Clara, California.
YouTube
Rhina learns about an augmented reality installation blurring the lines of technology and art using the Membit app.
Membit
New AR and VR partnership and Membit adds Industry expert Robert Scoble to Advisory Board (NEW YORK) August 25 2017 - Membit Inc. the only Augmented Reality app that lets anyone create precisely aligned augmented, markerless, content anywhere, and Oblix today announced the "Future of Time Travel" event.
Prweek
NEW YORK: Shazam veteran James Pearson has joined startup Updater as head of PR, a newly created role. Monday was Pearson's first day at the relocation technology platform, which allows people moving to transfer utilities, update accounts and records, and forward mail. He reports to Jenna Weinerman, head of marketing.
KSNT News
Published: TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) - The Kansas Expocentre opened its gates at three today to welcome hundreds of people here for music, food and a great atmosphere. "I've never seen a food truck in the Expocentre and I've worked at the Expocentre and this is the first time I've ever seen food trucks come into the Expo," Chase Lammer, Downtown Celebration goer s… See more
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Banana (For Scale)

The most innovative AR measuring app to date 🍌

Banana (For Scale) is powered by the most advanced ARKit technology. When you find a tiny banana and you want to show to the internet how tiny your banana is, but you don't have any real sized bananas, this app is there for you.

Just find a surface and tap on the screen, now you have a BANANA!

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Housecraft

AR toybox for your home

Housecraft is an AR toybox for your home.

Adam Kazwell- Product manager/observer
Fun way to place furniture around a room...don't miss disaster mode
The Verge
Since it was first announced at WWDC, Apple's ARKit has been open to developers to get a feel for the new platform. Now that iOS 11 is finally here, ARKit is available for anyone with an iPhone 6S or later, the iPad Pro, and the latest 9.7-inch iPad.
TechCrunch
Apple just released iOS 11 to the public, and a big feature is ARKit, the company's SDK that lets developers easily create cool augmented reality apps. Even though Apple announced ARKit a few months ago, there aren't a ton of good options available right now to test out AR on your phone.
6 Alternatives to Housecraft

Surreal AR

Add realistic augmented reality objects to photos & videos

Surreal is an ARKit powered augmented reality app allowing people to experience advanced augmented reality through realistic animated and 3D objects in the real world.

TechCrunch
Don't expect the ARKit app rush to end any time soon. MojiLala, the betaworks-backed marketplace for emojis and emoticons, is today launching their second app. Meet Surreal, a marketplace that lets users buy virtual objects. The app opens up to an outward-facing camera and lets users choose animated virtual objects, which they can place in a photo or video.
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Mira Prism

Minimalist, untethered, smartphone-powered AR headset

Business Insider
Most college kids around their senior year look for internships or a killer beach house for the summer. Not the founders of Mira. As their fourth year at the Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy at the University of Southern California approached, they were working on prototypes and seeking funding for a new device they hoped would supercharge the young and … See more
The Verge
When I first put on the Mira Prism augmented reality headset, I was skeptical. AR is a proven concept in fields like surgery and mechanics, but nobody's made a good pair of glasses for everyday use. They're not cheap enough, they're not sleek enough, and there's not enough to do on them.
15 Alternatives to Mira Prism

Cubit

Measure in augmented reality.

Cubit lets you measure distances with its Ruler tool and visualize the size of objects with its Box tool. It's an augmented reality (AR) measuring toolbox.

Emily Hodgins- Community and Marketing, Product Hunt
Not tried this one out yet but looks perfect for getting accurate idea of what an object will look once in your house. It's so easy to assume things will be too big /small even when you have the measurements. Wish these apps had been around when I moved house last year!
11 Alternatives to Cubit

SizAR

Augmented Reality vizualisation tool

SizAR is a mobile application that helps you make the right choices in your purchasing, arrangement or decoration projects. Using the Augmented Reality technology, you will be able to visualize in real time a 3D model that respects the dimansions and appearance you need.

16 Alternatives to SizAR

AR Tool Belt

A set of augmented-reality handyman tools (for iOS 11)

AR Tool Belt extends the augmented-reality features of iOS 11 and ARKit to provide a selection of tools for the pro or DIY handyman.

Emily Hodgins- Community and Marketing, Product Hunt
This looks like a super handy tool for using around the home. I like that they plan to add a new tool each month as well.
17 Alternatives to AR Tool Belt

ViroCore is SceneKit for Android developers. ViroCore enables Java developers to rapidly build AR and VR applications using familiar Android tools. ViroCore is free, with no limits on distribution. Sign up for an API key and start developing your AR/VR apps today -> https://viromedia.com/signup/

xda-developers
Virtual reality has been in the spotlight for a few years now with enthusiast products like the HTC Vive as well as more mainstream options such as the Gear VR and Google Daydream. Lately, we've seen renewed interest in augmented reality with Google recently launching ARCore.
virohq
We are very excited to introduce two new products to help accelerate AR/VR development on Android. ViroCore - a SceneKit equivalent for Android enabling native AR/VR development using Java. ViroReact: ARCore support - we added ARCore support for ViroReact. Developers can now build cross platform AR/VR apps across Android and iOS using a single code base.
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Nexto

Replace boring audio guides with games & puzzles

Interactive location based AR storytelling for cultural tourism destinations.

Nexto enables creation of engaging location based narratives that turn the visitor experience of cultural tourism destinations (museums, nature parks, historic cities, archeological sites ...) into gamified adventures with elements of augmented reality.

Booking Booster
It's hard to believe we've reached the end of the first ever Booking.com Booster Lab in Barcelona. It was a weekend full of passion, inspiration, energy and hard work. Read some of the the highlights here.
TechCrunch
What if you could play with landmarks instead of just touring them? Nexto is turning audio guides into games to make sightseeing more interactive. Launching today as part of TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 's Battlefield competition, Nexto is partnering with tourist destinations to help them attract more visitors and earn more money to fund culture.
10 Alternatives to Nexto

What are your favorite products made with ARKit?

Product Hunt
AirMeasure - Turn your phone into a ruler with the power of AR
"It's about time the ruler was disrupted."
Made With ARKit - Hand-picked curation of the coolest stuff made with ARKit
"This is a pretty awesome curated site (and Twitter handle) that posts loads of the latest ARKit projects"
Holo - Mix holograms into videos & photos in Augmented Reality
"Probably the coolest AR use case I've seen to date... (check out the Tiger GIF?!) 🐯"
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