Niantic has announced an upcoming update for the iOS version of Pokémon GO, which will bring an enhanced augmented reality experience with the new AR+ mode.
Magic Leap, the somewhat secretive AR startup, has finally announced their first product, the Magic Leap One: Creator Edition.
I wouldn’t consider myself a hardcore Star Wars fan but I would consider myself enough of a fan that I’ve bought Star Wars related merch and toys such as a Millennium Falcon canvas print, Funko Pop and even a Sphero BB-8. I’m also a huge fan of technology, so when I heard about Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, it immediately piqued my interests.
Star Wars Jedi Challenges is a phone-based augmented reality experience that allows you to become immersed in the world of Star Wars. I’ve been using it for a few weeks now and it’s one of the best augmented reality experiences I’ve tried.
Snapchat has announced a new desktop app for Windows and Mac called Lens Studio.
Lenovo has announced that new content from Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be coming to Star Wars: Jedi Challenges.
Back at their October hardware event, Google showed off AR Stickers which would allow Pixel users bring their favourite characters to life. Google has just announced that AR Stickers are now officially rolling out to Pixel phones.
This year, what would be the ‘S’ cycle in Apple’s naming scheme, they decided to not call this year’s iPhones the 7S and 7S Plus but instead the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus (even though they’re not the eighth iPhone to be released).
Google has announced a new SDK called ARCore to help bring augmented reality to millions of devices, just like Apple is planning to do with their ARKit in iOS 11.