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SketchAR alternatives and competitors

SketchAR puts virtual images on paper to let you trace drawings from your phone. SketchAR is for those who have always wanted but have never been able to draw. Also, the app is designed for professional artists as a simple and convenient way to trace sketches onto any desired surface (e.g., canvas, wall, etc.).

Top alternatives for SketchAR

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  • Apple ARKit

    A framework to create Augmented Reality experiences for iOS

    We're implementing ARKit scenes into Episode 2 of our Victorian detective adventure Silent Streets: https://youtu.be/n6xY0p-IjC4

    Apple's tec…

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  • Amazon AR view

    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.

    Super excited about the potential of it. Might be a gimmick that dies out in a few months but will be hugely useful when we have a more avai…

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  • Just a Line

    Just a Line is an app that lets you make simple drawings in augmented reality, then share your creation with a short video. Touch the screen to draw, then hit record and share what you make. If you’re a developer, you can use the open-sourced code as a starter project for ARCore, or RecordableSurfaceView to grab mp4 video in any Android project.

  • TweetReality

    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

    Be contextual. Be simple.

  • Da Vinci Eye

    Da Vinci Eye uses basic AR to virtually overlay an image on a real surface for you to trace. It is the ultimate tool for any artist, graphic designer, art students, sign makers, and even bakers! You can learn how to draw with step by step lessons, trace your own photos, or break images down into layers for a paint by numbers type of project.

    I've seen people use this for cookie decoration which is pretty cool.

  • Multiverse

    A collection of immersive universes where users appear as 3D avatars in free roam and interact via live voice.

    Universes are social communities curated by creative artists globally. Artists create, share, perform, and live broadcast to a global audience.
  • TapMeasure

    TapMeasure is a spatial utility that combines computer vision and AR, creating a whole new way to capture and measure your space. You can capture instant point-to-point measurements, quickly level artwork and other framed items, and create a complete 3D model of a room with features like doors, windows and artwork.

    This is absolutely amazing. The number for times I'm hunting around for a tape measure and now I don't need to as it's on my phone. An no mo…

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  • Arrow iOS

    Arrow iOS is dope. I've been playing with the TestFlight and I love making it rain emojis 😍

    I've been using the beta for a few weeks, for my Instagram Stories. It replaced my use of stickers and text options in the Instagram compose…

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  • AR Solo Basketball app

    In AR Solo Basketball, you can play shoot hoops wherever you are, whenever it is. Just let the app detect an open space floor, it will set a basketball court on it, and you can start!

    If you have a nice open area, it's really cool to play with ! works really well 👌🏀

  • Graphmented 2.0

    Graphmented 2.0 is an update to the app that lets you create stunning charts and dashboards using augmented reality. With this update, you can now start browsing websites in AR.

    Rubbish in and rubbish out.

  • wiARframe

    Developing Augmented Reality is complicated but designing it shouldn't be! We want you to prototype AR content in minutes, then share those creations with the rest of the community to remix and learn from.

    Dedicated to simplifying AR design - no coding or 3D skills are required, just a browser, a modern smartphone and optionally an idea.

    I can’t think of a recent AR demo that can’t be replicated in WiARframe, and in a matter of minutes not days/weeks

  • Asteroid 2

    Create ARKit apps that react to their environment.

    Drag and drop 3D assets & CoreML models to build reactions to what the phone senses

    A "reaction" is a building block of functionality that notices something happening via an input object, and triggers something happening in 3D. AR apps in Asteroid are made by layering these reactions.

  • Unity AR GIF SDK

    Unity AR GIF SDK is an API that allows you to add GIFs to your AR application in a matter of minutes. Tenor search delivers the most relevant and engaging GIFs, letting you integrate GIFs in creative ways to inspire your users.

  • Yttrium

    Yttrium allows you to quickly design and prototype 3D scenes on your iPhone and iPad. Use custom models and create materials. You can preview your scene in AR and export it to Xcode in order to use it for your own game.
  • AR Content Creator by Vectary

    Vectary is the first online 3D design tool that enables anyone to create original AR content for iPhones and Androids. Best part - you don’t need 3D or coding skills to use it - just embed Vectary 3D/AR Viewer.

    I built a simple webpage with AR features in a few hours using Vectary.

  • Slate 2

    Give digital life to your paper creations
  • Byond Immersive Suite

    With Byond Immersive Suite brands and agencies can effortlessly create, upload, and publish engaging augmented and virtual reality content in minutes with no coding skills required.

    Great for leveraging 2D assets into VR

  • Just a Line for iOS

    Just a Line lets you make simple drawings in augmented reality, then share your creation with a short video. Draw on your own or with a friend, then hit record and share what you made with #justaline.

  • ARKit Tic-Tac-Toe

    Play tic-tac-toe in Augmented Reality ✨
  • TheParallaxView

    TheParallaView uses the iPhoneX TrueDepth camera and AR Kit Face Tracking to create a monoscopic 3D illusion.