TIME launches new augmented reality app ‘TIME Immersive’, available on both iOS and Android devices. TIME hopes to change the way we view stories by utilising the power of augmented reality (AR), giving users the experience to explore the surfaces
Apple has been working behind the scenes on a new product - Augmented Reality glasses and it is speculated to start production earlier than 2020. Apple CEO Tim Cook has expressed a keen interest in Augmented reality, so it should come
Augmented reality (AR) has evolved over the past few years to become an instrumental tool in the success of many tech-forward industries. Those who choose to adopt AR technology, whether business or individual, are recognising its many benefits. In this
Apple released iOS 12 on Monday five days after its announcements of the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. The new OS features better performance for older devices, Augmented Reality and ARKit 2, new life balance tools, and tweaks to Siri, Photos and Apple News.
With only a day to go until apple announces its three new iPhone’s and this is the point where every rumor swings into spotlight. The latest rumor comes from a twitter post posted by Ben Geskin. He posted pictures of “dummy
ARKit was launched by Apple, and Google released ARCore for Android, both powerful tools for developers to create augmented reality apps. It is predicted that there will be 1 billion augmented reality users by 2020.