Measure

Measure anything with your phone. Made by Google.

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Measure helps you with quick, everyday measurements around the house or office. Similar to a tape measure. With the Measure app, you can:

- Measure the length and height of objects in the real world ​like​ width of a cabinet, or the height of a table

- Switch between imperial and metric units

- Save photos of your measurements for later

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
RIP rulers
Justin Johnson@justinotherjohnson · I've got a few things going on...
@rrhoover Taking "googled it" to a new level.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@justinotherjohnson ha! Well said.
Duarte Martins@duarteosrm · Founder, thenoocoffee.com
@rrhoover Disrupting the ruler market
Seb Jachec@iamsebj · Student, coder, gamer.
Presumably this is to match iOS 12's built-in (ARKit) Measure app, announced at WWDC
Wojciech Grześkowiak@_fones · I am building better e-commerce.
This app works only with ARCore supported devices: https://developers.google.com/ar...
Arqu@arquason · Tech aficionado | DataGekko
Haven't really followed these recent AR developments but noticed a lot of apps having sense of space and dimensions like the IKEA app for AR furniture placing or various AR rulers in the app store. I assume its a bit simplified through some API of the AR kit for developers, but I'm really curious on how it works under the hood since it has no real scale reference. Can someone do a quick ELI5 to get a quick overview?
Douglas W. Lance@douglaswlance
@arquason It can measure distance. Both AR SDKs know how far apart things are. Apple does it with two cameras. Google does it with two adjacent light sensors within a single camera.
Amin@footer · A little too much into gadgets
Hmm.. Not available to download in my country (Netherlands)