Alternative products to Move Mirror by Google

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Move Mirror by Google

Explore pictures in a fun new way, just by moving around.

Move Mirror lets you explore pictures in a fun new way. You turn on your webcam and move around, and the computer pulls up pictures of poses that match yours in realtime. The image database is made of more than 80,000 pictures we pulled together - of people dancing, doing karate, cooking, walking, skiing and so on.

4 Alternatives to Move Mirror by Google

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!

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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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New consumer AR app that recognizes your body / adds effects

Octi allows users to augment themselves, their friends, and their worlds. Octi’s proprietary human mapping and gesture detection technology uses a smartphone camera to recognize the human body and overlays contextual 3D effects. Octi's recognition happens in real time using cutting edge mobile neural networks and mobile machine learning.

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Forbes
Soon you will be able to create videos where you interact with NFL player avatars. More than 2,000 NFL players will have their avatars created and commercially distributed through a new partnership between the NFL Players Association and augmented video company Octi, which also includes an investment by the NFLPA, through its athlete-driven accelerator OneTe… See more
TechCrunch
The team at Octi says it's building a crucial piece of the augmented reality puzzle - the ability to understand the human body and its movement. Co-founder and CEO Justin Fuisz told me that most existing AR technologies (including Apple's ARKit) tend to be "plane-based" - in...
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