shARk

See sharks everywhere with this AR app 🦈

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Always wanted to swim with sharks but worried about getting wet or even worse, eaten? Worry no more with shARk, the app that lets sharks enter your world and swim with you 💦

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Reviews

  • Je YangConnoisseur de Product
    Pros: 

    Nice demo of ARKit, well-designed graphics and simple to use.

    Cons: 

    Like others mentioned before, additional features would make it more interesting.

    It's amusing to have a shark swim around, while everyone is unaware of it. Maybe, if the shark gets bigger when you feed it!?

    Je Yang has used this product for one day.
  • Gareth Williamssenior developer, curiscope
    Pros: 

    Lifelike leopard shark is fun to play with

    Cons: 

    More features please!

    Fun toy to demo new Ar-kit functionality on your phone, to your friends

    Gareth Williams has used this product for one day.

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Ed BartonMaker@ed_barton · CEO, Curiscope
Hey all, I’m part of the team behind shARk. We tried to build something fun with ARKit that samples a bit of interesting animation code we're working on for our next project and we created this, an app that lets you find and feed sharks in the real world. Think there's going to be a lot of interesting animal apps in the AR space. Robert Scoble said it was his favorite demo to show people what AR on iPhones does. It's just that, a demo, but we think it's pretty polished and we're excited to take this tech in a Curiscopic learning direction. Let us know your thoughts, I'd love to hear them :)
Philipp@dangerstick · Developer @VisoCon
SHARKNADO
Ed BartonMaker@ed_barton · CEO, Curiscope
@dangerstick 🦈🦈🦈
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
LOL, this is kind of frightening + fun.
Hrant@hr_ant99 · Designer, ANT Corps.
Cool graphics and overall idea!
Petra@meineleserei · Head of Marketing & PR, VisoCon GmbH
Love it! Do you plan an android version as well?
Ed BartonMaker@ed_barton · CEO, Curiscope
@meineleserei I think it's very likely, particularly given how comprehensive the Unity support is for arcore. Generally as a company we love to be on as many devices as possible.