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Hologo

Using AR to explain complex theories in their simplest form

Hologo is for students, teachers, schools and lifelong learners. The app brings immersive experiences to the education system, for students to learn better and for teachers to better teach concepts visually like never before using Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality Technology.

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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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Google Arts & Culture

Take a selfie and see which historical artwork you resemble

Meet the people, visit the places and learn about the events that shaped our world. Discover collections curated by experts from the most famous museums. Be moved by stories depicted in thousands of photos, videos, manuscripts and artworks on every type of screen and in virtual reality.

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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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MoMAR

AR gallery within the MoMA + open source

Welcome to MoMAR. A gallery concept aimed at democratizing physical exhibition spaces, museums, and the curation of art within them. MoMAR is non-profit, non-owned, and exists in the absence of any privatized structures. MoMAR uses Augmented Reality to overlay art onto existing artwork and frames housed in museums and gallery spaces around t world.

PSFK
A non-profit artist group developed an AR app that allows the public to interact with Jackson Pollock's paintings From now through May 3, visitors to New York City's Museum of Modern Art will have access to interactive augmented reality options when viewing Jackson Pollock's paintings as part of an indie project called 'Hello, we're from the internet.'
PAPERMAG
In one of the best examples of guerrilla art in recent memory, an artist collective has set about protesting exclusivity in the art scene by taking over the Jason Pollock room of MoMA without permission... kind of.
Co.Design
The Museum of Modern Art in New York is one of the most famous art museums in the world. It is the thinnest air for a contemporary artist to breathe. That means the vast, vast majority of artists will live their lives without seeing their works inside its walls.
Gizmodo
At this point, augmented reality has mostly been too gimmicky or too good to be true. But a group of internet artists just gave the technology what might be its coolest use case yet: a tool to stick it to the man.
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MoMAR - Hello, we're from the internetNew Augmented Reality project from Damjanski and David Lobser adds new experiences to established artworks, whose first show is set up at the Jackson Pollock Room at MoMA, New York:Alongside the printing press, the internet represents the greatest democratization of knowledge and information in our history.
Motherboard
Image: Mack DeGeurin A collective of eight internet artists transformed the Jackson Pollock room in the New York City Museum of Modern Art into their own augmented reality gallery-without the museum's permission. The collective, which calls itself "MoMAR," is making a statement against elitism and exclusivity in the art world with its group art installation … See more
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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).
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ArtPassport

Daily art exhibitions in 360° from the leading galleries

Stunning 360° panoramas of modern and contemporary art exhibitions from the world's leading galleries and art museums. New exhibitions added daily, featuring established and up-and-coming artists complete with individual works, exhibition texts and visiting information.

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