Introducing the ConjureKit

Auki Labs
The Posemesh Foundation
3 min readOct 1, 2022

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The ConjureKit allows for social AR experiences.

Augmented Reality is an incredibly exciting concept that has the power to competely change the way we interact with computers and each other, but to this day it has been incredibly difficult for both developers and end users to achieve shared experiences, where people can see the same things, at the same place, at the same time.

The underlying difficulty lies in spatial computing, the art of helping electronic devices understand their position in the world.

We are happy to finally announce that the ConjureKit, the SDK for collaborative spatial computing and shared augmented reality experiences, went into public beta for Unity (iOS) yesterday.

The ConjureKit allows you to manifest your imagination in the reality we all inhabit, so you can create some truly memorable moments in social augmented reality.

Collaborative spatial computing allows each individual device connected to the network to benefit from the aid of other devices that may hold more pieces to the puzzle of understanding the local environment.

The benefits include faster calibration, higher accuracy, support for larger and more engaging multiplayer experiences, and, importantly for us, enhanced privacy for the end users.

Our approach to spatial computing does not rely on users relinquishing spatial data to us. Unlike other actors in the space, we are not building up a proprietaty digital twin of the world (and your private spaces) so that we can monitor, monetize and manipulate your behavior or serve you unnervingly personal ads.

Our mission is simply to help every device and person find their place in the world, literally, and our business model is to help you create truly memorable experience in shared augmented reality.

To sign up for a demo, visit aukilabs.com and shoot us an email! If you want to start tinkering on your own, visit conjurekit.dev to read our documentation and create your own developer account.

We look forward to enabling the next generation of augmented reality experiences that all the brilliant creatives in the XR space have been dreaming of creating! Take a look at what Gepek is creating, for example, for inspiration!

The ConjureKit is our homage to the storytellers, sages and shamans whose transformative narratives guide civilization’s collective creative energies, align our intent, focus our competence, and conjure all the castles of the imagination. What amazing apparitions will you manifest?

Now it’s real.

About Auki Labs

Auki Labs is at the forefront of spatial computing, pioneering the convergence of the digital and physical to give people and their devices a shared understanding of space for seamless collaboration.

With a focus on user-centric design and privacy, Auki Labs empowers industries and individuals to embrace the transformative potential of spatial computing, enhancing productivity, engagement, and human connection.

Auki Labs is building the posemesh, a decentralized spatial computing protocol for AR, the metaverse, and smart cities.

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About The Posemesh Foundation

The posemesh is an open-source protocol that powers a decentralized, blockchain-based spatial computing network.

The posemesh is designed for a future where spatial computing is both collaborative and privacy-preserving. It limits the surveillance capabilities of any organization and encourages sovereign ownership of private space maps.

The decentralization also offers a competitive advantage, especially in shared AR sessions where low latency is crucial. The posemesh is the next step in the decentralization movement, responding to the growing power of big tech.

The Posemesh Foundation has tasked Auki Labs with developing the software infrastructure of the posemesh.

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Auki Labs
The Posemesh Foundation

Building the posemesh, a decentralized spatial computing protocol for AR, the metaverse, and smart cities. The proprioceptive sense of machine intelligence.