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Thank you for reading the newsletter, you are over 350 readers! Enjoy the 10th issue,

Oscar @ofalmer

What I learnt making 5 ARKit Prototypes

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Nathan Gitter @nathangitter released a lot of ARKit 2.0 concepts videos and made an analysis about it.

📱Demos

3D Objects Scanning for Big Objects

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Laan Labs (@laanlabs) showed a very nice video of an app they are working on that does 3D scanning, if you want to join the beta: 3DScannerApp.com.

🛠 Tutorials

Building a Gesture-Based Interface iOS App with Core ML and ARKit

fritz.ai

Bruno Muniz (@brunomuniz_af) wrote a nice tutorial about using Core ML and ARKit features to do a little app, can give you interesting ideas! …


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Recently met a couple devs working on exciting AR apps that I featured below. ARKit related startups keep releasing beta invitations to devs. We’ll see as well the new ARKit 2.0 apps released on the AppStore with iOS 12 really soon.

Enjoy the 9th issue,

Oscar @osfalmer

You can now easily integrate AR content in Apple News articles today by embedding a USDZ file

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David Lui (@lDavixl), who is working at Apple, shared that you can now easily integrate AR content in Apple articles today by embedding a usdz file! This is the Apple documentation about it.

Control your ARKit experience with your hands — ManoMotion SDK opened in beta

manomotion.com

ManoMotion is a startup working on using very precise hand tracking to control AR experiences including ARKit. They recently opened their beta to developers which you can subscribe to on their website her. …


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Hi 👋

Enjoy the 8th issue!

Oscar @osfalmer

📱Demos

3D View of Hurricane Hector

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Rendered from NOAA satellite imagery using Mapbox SDK and #ARKit, Jim Martin (@JimIndeed) created this AR view of the Hurricane.

Wrapping Books in Web Pages

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Morten Just (@mortenjust) wrapped some books with web pages, looks surprisingly nice. From a technical POV, it’s just a box geometry same height as the book, then moved down by height * 0.5.

Balls Distance Measurement

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Laan Labs (@laanlabs) worked on some sphere detection in AR and created a bocce ball scoring mode for their app AirMeasure.

Hand-written list of tech instructions for your mom

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Morten Just (@mortenjust) used Image Live Tracking to show handwritten tech instructions! Looks great, could be used with the 3D Object Detection feature of ARKit 2.0 …


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Here are the best quotes I found in these 3 books, I strongly recommend to read the books if you’re interested to get a deeper understanding of them as well.

The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck, Mark Manson — About Being Yourself

True happiness occurs only when you find the problems you enjoy having and enjoy solving.

Who you are is defined by what you’re willing to struggle for. […] our struggles determine our successes.

Our values determine the metrics by which we measure ourselves and everyone else.

The more we admit we do not know, the more opportunities we gain to learn. …


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I released this week a new AR Concept of an AR Restaurant Menu, you can check it out: Tweet / YouTube Video. Also, I will be speaking at SwiftConf in Cologne, Germany next month, hope to see some of you there!

Enjoy the issue,

Oscar @osfalmer

📱Demos

AR Restaurant Menu Concept

twitter.com

Finally discover what the dishes really look like and check out their reviews! You can watch it in Full HD here: YouTube link Created by myself.

[ARKit + Unity3D] video shows the potential of AR for film-making

9to5mac.com

Duncan Walker @Trashgames created a short example a movie with a robot shot entirely with an iPhone 7 using ARKit. …


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AR Accessibility, Education, Art, Games demos and new startups: AR on mobile keeps showing how much it is going to change our world. Pretty amazed by this week’s news, hope you’ll like them! Also created 2 new categories: Business and Startups sections.

Enjoy the 6th issue,

Oscar @osfalmer

📱Demos

Accessibility — Typing on the keyboard with your eyes

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DropTalkDev (@DropTalkDev) published a demo of a WIP to type on a keyboard using the brand new Eye Tracking feature coming with iOS 12 by looking at the buttons and blinking.

AR for Anatomy Education

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Jaime Donally (@JaimeDonally) published a video of the app
Virtuali-Tee by Curiscope (@Curiscope) that allows to have a full explanation of the anatomy simply by wearing a tshirt and using the app. Not made with ARKit but definitely could have be done with it as well! …


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Lego, Amazon: big companies keep integrating AR in their apps and products. This week, we have a lot of cool and inspiring demos!

Enjoy the 5th issue,

Oscar @osfalmer

BrickHeadz AR: Lego brings bricks and toy figures into augmented reality app

siliconangle.com

At WWDC ’18, Apple showed an upcoming LEGO AR app that allows your LEGOs to animate and interact with each other. Looks like the app is already available for Android!

Amazon’s iPhone app adds AR feature for identifying and buying small nuts and bolts

theverge.com

Amazon updated the camera search on its iOS app with a new “Part Finder,” which lets you search for specific nuts and bolts that you might need more of, but need help identifying. …


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Momentum keeps growing around ARKit, analysts keep predicting how big it is going to be very soon, businesses around it are more and more created. Exciting news and also new concepts such as the USB File Explorer and Cards for teaching Chemistry.

Enjoy the issue,

Oscar @osfalmer

Travel Portals for Businesses

metavrse.com

Metaverse built an augmented reality teleportal using Apple’s ARKit that allows customers to walk through into another world revealing the magic of a Majestic cruise location. …


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Pretty quiet week but still found interesting content for you, this week I cover specifically OpenFrameworks which has an amazing potential with AR for beautiful visual experiences. Also you are already 200+ reading this newsletter, thanks for reading it! If you want to support the newsletter and sponsor the next issue to feature your course, SDK, or anything interesting related to ARKit, it’s now possible directly on WhatsUpARKit.com.

Enjoy the issue,

Oscar @osfalmer

Will ARKit Lead a HealthTech Revolution?

appreal-vr.com

Interesting article explaining how ARKit can be applied to Healthcare Education, Vision Diagnostics, Dental Care, Surgery and Medical Data Access, worth the read! …


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Hi 👋

Happy to see you again around this week for this second issue of What’s Up ARKit?, this week I found more hidden links and news so that you get some insider ARKit news, let’s get into it!

As always feel free to let me know your thoughts about it at @osfalmer 📩, enjoy the #2 issue!

Oscar

Some new hints about the Apple AR Headset

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“Rumors of a standalone Apple augmented reality device have been circulating around the internet for quite some time. …

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