- Danny Moon made this productFun 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.
I would say that in the case of the AirMeasure app the AR-technology played the role of disruptor: before we had a pair consisted of a measuring device and measurable object. And it was necessary that a living reality should interpose in order for measurement relations to acquire a different dimension)) We can talk about some inaccuracy or the excessive complexity of working with the interface but the most important thing has already happened - a new context has emerged that changed relations with surrounding world
I think it is a great app. How does it works?? Phone doesn't has laser to measure the distance...
Working with words and inscriptions is a very promising direction for the AR development. The frame of the game actually allows many people to get their first experience of interaction with the future powerful tools of the AR-technology. This tools will be used for example in routing, in complex manual operations trainings, in advertising. Don’t forget about ardent love to using words’ visual images in contemporary artworks and installations
Looking forward to updates in the future 👋
- Their newest app allows you to preview furniture in your space. iOS 11 only. Makes a lot of sense & I'm impressed they moved so quickly on this one.
- Chris Guest made this productTopology uses AR to solve a problem that approximately 50% of the population experiences - finding a pair of glasses that actually fit! Topology uses computer vision to build a 3D model of your face from a simple selfie (from any iPhone), then uses AR to visualize custom eyewear, sized and shaped for you. One of the biggest barriers for custom eyewear has always been the difficulty of previewing the custom product before it is made, so in this case, the AR bridges that gap, so the customer knows exactly what they are getting.
I was a beta tester for the app and know several people on the team. They have a top-notch team of passionate, smart, and talented people who are using a cutting-edge method to solve a problem that will improve the way that millions of people purchase eyewear. Good luck Team Topology!
When I heard about this company, I immediately got it since bad-fitting eyewear is a pet peeve of mine. Great solution, guys.
- Not tried this one out yet but looks perfect for getting accurate idea of what an object will look once in your house. It's so easy to assume things will be too big /small even when you have the measurements. Wish these apps had been around when I moved house last year!