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Holo with ARKit

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Holo with ARKit is the first AR app that lets you place 3D holograms of real people and animals in your world, move around and interact with them as if truly there in real life, and create videos & photos to share with friends. Holograms include Spider-Man, Jhene Aiko, Jon Hamm, Jerome Boateng, Buzz Aldrin, Nyjah Huston, loads of animals, and more.

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Made With ARKit

Hand-picked curation of the coolest stuff made with ARKit

Ben Tossell- newCo
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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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.

TechCrunch
Snapchat plans to launch a new augmented reality art platform featuring pop artist Jeff Koons and others. It will allow art to be pinned to specific locations in augmented reality so users can see it when they hold up their phones in the right spot.
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Figment AR

Turn your world into an augmented funhouse

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.

Danny Moon- CEO, Viro Media
Fun AR app that lets you create imaginative scenes in your world. You can place emoji, animals and other playful objects around you, create “portals” to step into other dimensions, and add effects like snow, fireworks and more.
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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.
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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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Dumb Fun

An entirely new kind of way to experience art

DUMB FUN is an interactive art experience for iPhone by award-winning, internationally published artist Tim Moore.

Change your world with 16 unique scenes that use augmented reality to create an entirely new kind of way to experience art.

Gizmodo
Kids today want more from social technology than seeing something new-they want a new way of seeing themselves. Snap and Instagram's augmented reality lenses transform users into puppies, fairies, monsters, Wonder Woman, storied Jamaican singer-songwriters, and the like. It's as if there's a vibrant but invisible world all around you that you need a smartpho… See more
It's Nice That
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Placie

Make your photos come to life with augmented reality

Placie is a new, fun way to capture and share your moments. Place users can take photos, decorate them with creative elements like stickers, and instantly add them to their current location, for anyone to discover through the social world map and augmented reality mode. Make a name for yourself and be discovered by others from all over the world!

VRFocus
Thanks to development software like ARKit and ARCore, augmented reality (AR) apps for mobile devices are springing up all over the place. The latest comes from Swedish software company Bublar, announcing the launch of Pl acie, a social mobile app.
VU Dream
Augmented reality is a new emerging form of technology rapidly growing on smartphones. Yet, some may question the practicality or feasibility of AR on an iPhone but it is nevertheless a step towards a brighter future. ARKit and Google Tango are developing frameworks when augmented reality becomes mixed reality and digital and physical realities integrate sea… See more
Prnewswire
Placie users can take photos, decorate them with creative elements like stickers and text and instantly add them to a specific location, for anyone to discover through the world map. "Placie connects people and places through shared experiences in a playful social environment," said Wictor Hattenbach , Creative Director at Bublar.
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Ghost Selfie

The newest ARKit experience - live action ghosts!

Ghost Selfie is a new ARKit experience with live-action ghosts! This app lets you take incredibly realistic photos and prove the existence of ghosts with the front or back camera. Select from 4 ghosts, each with their own unique personality and mannerisms. They're just as curious to meet you as you are to meet them!

4 Alternatives to Ghost Selfie

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.
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