iOS 11.3 , which is in the preliminary testing stage, received a new ARKit 1.5 engine . Representatives of Apple promised that thanks to the innovation owners of compatible devices can work with augmented reality in a new, vertical plane. The developers of the London studio Unicolor clearly demonstrated how cool this is.
Now games with support for augmented reality will become even more realistic because game objects will appear on the ground and in the air. But the most important thing is interactivity.
Just look at how a normal iPhone is capable of defeating a brick wall in a matter of seconds, having made a long tunnel in it.
The function of reading vertical AR-elements can also become a serious impetus to the appearance of interactive posters. Just imagine that you no longer need to manually look for a trailer for a new movie or details about a museum exhibit.
iOS 11.3, which was on the stage of preliminary testing, received the neophyte engine ARKit 1.5. The developers of the London studio Unicolor clearly demonstrated how cool this is. But more importantly – interactivity. Just look at how a normal iPhone spoon in seconds to overcome a brick wall, having done in it a long tunnel. #arkit #madewitharkit #augmentedreality # iOS113 # arkit15 #ar #AugmentedReality pic.twitter.com/J9tj6sJf9S
– Ubicolor (@ubicolorapps) January 25, 2018 Just imagine that you no longer need an automated search for a trailer for a new movie or details about a museum exhibit.