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AR Experiments

Exploring augmented reality with ARCore, Android and more.

AR Experiments is a site that features work by coders who are experimenting with augmented reality. Those experiments use tools like ARCore and Android SDK that makes it easier to create new AR experiences.

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Made With ARKit

Hand-picked curation of the coolest stuff made with ARKit

Ben Tossell- Co-Founder, Token Daily
This is a pretty awesome curated site (and Twitter handle) that posts loads of the latest ARKit projects
BGR
Apple in just a few hours will command the attention of the tech world when it introduces the highly anticipated iPhone X. With a brand new edgeless OLED display, the iPhone X will usher in the most significant design change to the iPhone form factor we've seen in years.
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.
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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.
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Augmented Reality stack is an all-in-one curated directory for your AR needs

Medium
One of the first things we set out to do when creating NEXTREALITY was to created a resources section to help people from all expert levels get started with augmented reality. We're really excited to announce today that we have released our augmented reality resources section to help with AR design, coding, marketing, funding, communities and more.
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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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