Along with many other things which have quickly been replaced by our modern technology, it looks as if the common tape measure may be the next to go. In this two-part tutorial series, we’re learning how to use augmented reality and the camera on your iOS device to create an app which will report the distance between two points.
Along with many other tools which have been made obsolete by modern technology, it looks as if the common tape measure may be the next to go. In this tutorial, we’ll learn to bridge the gap between reality and technology by using augmented reality and the camera on your iOS device to create an app which will measure the distance between two points.
With the recent enhancements to Android and iOS, it’s now easier than ever to begin developing augmented reality applications. In our new course, Get Started With Augmented Reality for iOS, you will learn to code augmented reality apps for iOS using the ARKit framework.
Until recently, Augmented Reality was one of those “futuristic” ideas that were portrayed in science-fiction utopias. But the time has come when building an AR app has become a reality, and you can have one in your pocket.
In this tutorial we’ll dive back into the Vuforia Augmented Reality (AR) library, exploring one of its most interesting resources—the Image Target. We’ll expand on the Shoot the Cubes game that we created in earlier lessons, adding a new level where the player needs to defend their base from attacking cubes.