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Thursday, 22 June 2017

This is how augmented reality works in iOS 11

Apple introduced iOS 11 in the WWDC, and along with the renewed operating system the company of Cupertino introduced augmented reality . They have created a new development platform known as ARKit that allows developers to offer augmented reality experiences in their App Store applications.

ARKit will become the largest augmented reality platform in the world. Its official release will be in the fall, when the final version of iOS 11 is available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

ARKit's Augmented Reality uses the camera, motion sensors and processors of the iPhone and iPad to create spectacular experiences on iOS 11. Do you want to see how it works? Look look!

ARKit Augmented Reality Demo Video on iOS 11

Since MacRumors have already tried ARKit and have wanted to publish a video to share a demonstration of how augmented reality works on iOS 11.

According to the video, what ARKit does is use the camera to find different points of a room and even detect surfaces . Use the iPhone sensors to allow you to move during the augmented reality experience.

In the video we see how with the augmented reality of iOS 11 you can place all kinds of virtual objects on a surface like a table to see it on the screen of your device. The truth is that the result is surprising, very realistic.

The goal of Apple's ARKit is clearly aimed at the games of the App Store . In fact Pokémon GO triumphed thanks to the augmented reality. Will we see a much more realistic GO Pokémon in iOS 11? Anyway, the augmented reality can have other purposes, we saw how IKEA wanted to take advantage of its advantages to offer interactive content that allows you to preview the decoration of your home.

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