Alternative products to Facebook AR Studio

Facebook AR Studio

Facebook's developer platform for Augmented Reality

15 alternative and related products to Facebook AR Studio

Snapchat Lens Studio is an AR development platform for anybody to build magical Augmented Reality experiences. Make your own dancing hot dog 🌭🕺

TechCrunch
Snapchat is finally opening up so outside developers can help it offer infinite augmented reality experiences beyond those it designs in-house. Today Snap launches the Lens Studio AR developer tool for desktops so anyone can create World Lenses that place interactive, imaginary 3D objects in your photos and videos.
Recode
Snap is opening up its augmented reality platform to everyone on Thursday. That means anyone with some graphic design and photoshop skills can now create AR features for Snapchat's camera. It could be something as basic as a photo frame that users can add around their photos, or something as complicated as a hotdog that's break dancing on your kitchen table.
Mashable
Snap is opening up to more creators. The self-proclaimed camera company released Lens Studio on Thursday as a way for developers to build augmented-reality experiences for Snapchat. The tool, available as a desktop app on Mac and Windows, is similar to Facebook's AR studio, released earlier this week.
Snap
Today, we're announcing Lens Studio - a new way for anyone to create Lenses for the Snapchat community!
YouTube
The World is your Canvas. Create, publish, and share magical augmented reality experiences with Lens Studio for Windows and Mac. Download now! https://lensstudio.snapchat.com/
7 Alternatives to Snapchat Lens Studio

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.
13 Alternatives to TweetReality

Amazon Sumerian

A cloud platform to create VR, AR, and 3D experiences

Amazon Sumerian lets you create and run virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and 3D applications quickly and easily without requiring any specialized programming or 3D graphics expertise.

VentureBeat
Amazon is jumping onto the augmented and virtual reality bandwagon with the launch of Sumerian, a new application that's supposed to help make it easier for people to develop 3D experiences for a wide variety of platforms. It's a browser-based tool that's available in limited preview today.
TechCrunch
We'd heard months ago that Amazon would be using its Re:Invent AWS event to roll out some a new service related to building in mixed reality - augmented reality and virtual reality. And on the eve of the conference kicking off, it's done just that.
Road to VR
Amazon today announced a new developer tool at its annual AWS re:Invent that aims to make creating web-based applications for VR/AR and traditional monitors even easier. Called Sumerian, the tool is capable of publishing 3D content to any browser that supports WebGL or WebVR graphics rendering, including Daydream, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and iOS mobile device… See more
9 Alternatives to Amazon Sumerian

AR Alphabets

Teach your kids the alphabet using AR 👪

https://github.com/prashant-andani/AR-AlphabetsWeb AR Alphabets is an app for kids to learn Alphabets and many more things with fun. It works offline ..

Github URL: https://github.com/prashant-andani/AR-Alphabets-words

Medium
Some weeks back, I was looking into a twitter and found about augmented reality implementation and experiences. I was so fascinated about the technology and it is limitless... Just like everyone else, I thought achieving AR is like climbing a Mount Everest (have to know geometry, 3d etc).
11 Alternatives to AR Alphabets

Mozilla’s WebXR Viewer is an augmented reality (AR) viewer that lets you create and run AR experiences built with web technologies and ARKit.

The Next Web
Mozilla has launched its first ever augmented reality app for iOS. The company, best known for its Firefox browser, wants to create an avenue for developers to build augmented reality experiences using open web technologies, WebXR, and Apple's ARKit framework. This latest effort from Mozilla is called WebXR Viewer.
8 Alternatives to WebXR Viewer

BBC Civilisations AR

Bring art and culture from across the world to you

Bring art and culture from across the world to you with this BBC Augmented Reality app. Explore beneath the surface of Renaissance masterpieces and discover the secrets of ancient Egypt. Augmented reality needs a modern smartphone to work. You’ll find out if yours is compatible in the app stores.

Bbc
Today sees the exciting launch of Civilisations, a landmark BBC Two series, which tells the story of art from the dawn of human history to the present day, for the first time on a global scale. In addition to the linear television programme there is a strong digital proposition led by BBC Research & Development and BBC Arts.
10 Alternatives to BBC Civilisations AR
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