Magic Leap Creator Edition is the first product revealed from the super stealthy AR startup. The Creator Edition includes a headset, lightpack, and control.
These aren't another weird Google Glass => they have a retinal projection to put a display in your actual eyeball. Super light, not creepy, and definitely the future
AR view lets you view products in your home before you buy them. You can see how they fit, and test how they look. Curious whether a throw pillow is the right shade of blue, or whether a mixer you like will fit under the counter? Now just pull out your phone to find out.
Snapchat is launching an augmented reality platform that allows people to pin art in specific locations so other users can see it. Arts can apply to have their art featured on the platform.
Daydream View by Google is a high-quality VR headset that allows you to go wherever you want from the comfort of your home. A completely innovative design of the headset made from fabric makes it softer and lighter in weight, now it comes with a controller for simple use.
Figment AR is an app for creating imaginative scenes in your world. Users can place emoji, animals and other playful objects around them, create “portals” to step into other dimensions, and add effects like snow, fireworks and more. Share these moments with friends to bring these figments of your imagination to life.
Canvasar.com is an e-commerce marketplace where you can buy photographs and designs printed on framed canvases.
You can see how a canvas looks on your wall before buying it, using AR. No extra app needed! Works on the web.
Canvasar was created with the main goal of supporting creators. Creators earn 50% of the profit margins.
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