The first applications using the expanded reality have already appeared in the App Store. Some of them are really worth the attention and can make a good impression.
Every day in the App Store will come more programs that use extended reality – that is certain. Tim Cook once said that AR would be another "big thing" and probably was not wrong. Anyway, it is enough to look back a year, when the coffin of the Pokémon or the Snapshots filters. Now it will be time for a much wider use of the possibilities of expanded reality. I think the best is just ahead of us – when there are apps that support AR with makeup for women or hair color change or just clothes. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/739536/kobiety-iphone-8-ar-aplikacje-makeup/ So far, so far we have only a small number of applications using AR. The most interesting and worth seems to be IKEA Place . It allows you to display selected furniture and to see how they can finally show up in our room. Currently supported locations are Canada and USA, but with a little fun with this app I know it's a hit. A similar program is Overstock.com – it has the same capabilities as the aforementioned IKEA Place. https://youtu.be/-xxOvsyNseY There is also a Fitness AR app that synchronizes with the Strava program and shows you a map and 3D route map based on your training (cycling, running, etc.). AR.TapMeasure , EasyMeasure or PLNAR will allow you to measure the width, We also have a game known from the Apple demo – Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade – where fighters are appearing. Tibia or Human Anatomy Atlas 2018 – these are applications for medical students and amateurs who will show the internal organs or cross section of a human in reality. Carst Weather is a weather app that displays 3D Weather – it looks good, but it's rather There is little useful trivia. Of course, these are just a few preliminary examples of applications that use AR mode. In the coming weeks, they will arrive, so that we will have more choice. Source: own elaboration