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TweetReality

The first AR client for Twitter

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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

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AirMeasure

Turn your phone into a ruler with the power of AR

AirMeasure is the ultimate measuring ToolKit for your phone. Now anytime, anywhere you have not only a tape measure but a whole set of tools to let you measure almost anything. Loaded with features, download it now.

Niv Dror- Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList
It's about time the ruler was disrupted.
Gloria Fredricks
As an interior designer, subcontractors always took my tapes...until I painted them PINK! Can't wait to see this!
CNET
No tape measure, no problem. An AR app built for iOS turns your smartphone into a virtual measuring device.
The Next Web
One resourceful company is reinventing the ruler. Creative collective Laan Labs has developed a nifty mobile app that relies on augmented reality technology to turn your smartphone into a legitimate measuring device. To accomplish this, AR Measure factors in the distance between various points in 3D space to help you measure any physical object by simply usi… See more
9to5Mac
ARKit will be available to everyone in just a couple of weeks, and while we've seen a variety of applications that take advantage of it thus far, more polished implementations are emerging as we near the public release. Today, developer Rinat Khanov has unveiled his new augmented reality app, MeasureKit.
Motherboard
I'm getting ready to welcome my first child to the world soon and have found myself measuring a lot of things as of late. Maybe that's why this video of an augmented reality measuring tape application caught my eye.
Curbed
If this digital measuring tape is any indication of the practical future of augmented reality, then there's a lot to look forward to. Called AR Measure and developed by Laan Labs, the coming-soon iOS app turns any iPhone or iPad into a virtual ruler that can measure just about anything (within reason, of course).
Popular Mechanics
You can now add a tape measurer to the list of tools you can keep on your phone. Laanlabs, a small app developer, has created a virtual tape measurer in their new app AR Measure.
24 Alternatives to AirMeasure

Snap Art

Snap's augmented reality platform

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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SketchAR

Start drawing easily using augmented reality

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.).

ArchDaily
The ability to draw well is one of the most coveted skills in architecture. Unfortunately for those without an innate gift for sketching, it's also one of the most difficult to learn-even if it can, contrary to popular opinion, be learned with commitment and practice.
UploadVR
Update: This article originally published on January 6th, 2017 but as of today, April 18th, 2017, SketchAR is officially available for free on the iOS App Store. Download it today and get to drawing! Original: Augmented reality's potential is immense.
Co.Design
You may not know or care about Project Tango, Google's depth-sensing camera system, which can map augmented reality visuals onto the real world. You may not care about the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro smartphone, which is the first consumer smartphone to have Tango baked right in, either.
Gizmodo
Have you ever dreamed about impressing the people around your neighborhood with preachy Banksy-inspired graffiti? SketchAR is an augmented reality drawing app that uses a smartphone and its camera to let you trace images. And when used with a device that supports Google's Project Tango technology, suddenly anyone can become a tagger who doesn't suck.
Wired
Wired Next Fest, che cosa è successo durante la giornata dell'intelligenza artificiale Il corto Hyper-Reality di Keiichi Matsuda mostra che aspetto potrebbe avere il nostro futuro prossimo Bandi e incentivi promossi dalla Regione stimolano ricerca e sviluppo. E, come dimostrato dalle startup presenti al digital day di...
The Verge
There's a lot of tracing naysayers out there who say it's "cheating," or that it doesn't actually help you learn to draw, but I beg to differ. The best way to learn to draw is by doing, and if it...
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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.
18 Alternatives to Dance Reality

Mira Prism

Minimalist, untethered, smartphone-powered AR headset

Business Insider
Most college kids around their senior year look for internships or a killer beach house for the summer. Not the founders of Mira. As their fourth year at the Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy at the University of Southern California approached, they were working on prototypes and seeking funding for a new device they hoped would supercharge the young and … See more
The Verge
When I first put on the Mira Prism augmented reality headset, I was skeptical. AR is a proven concept in fields like surgery and mechanics, but nobody's made a good pair of glasses for everyday use. They're not cheap enough, they're not sleek enough, and there's not enough to do on them.
15 Alternatives to Mira Prism

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.
7 Alternatives to WebXR Viewer
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