Google launched ARCore in the Play Store back in December 2017. It’s Google’s augmented reality platform that replaced Project Tango‘s need for dedicated hardware. Nearly every week we see a new device that gains ARCore support. Just recently with the latest version of ARCore (1.3), we found out that plenty of new devices such as the Xiaomi
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Google ARCore is a platform for augmented reality applications on Android. Version 1.3 of the Android application started to roll out on the Play Store today, and within the APK are new device profiles hinting at support for a plethora of new devices including the OnePlus 5T, Xiaomi Mi 8, Honor 10, Nokia 6, Nokia
The LG G7 ThinQ launched early last month and is already seeing its first major update. This one’s a big one too, as it marks the first non-Google Pixel device to support AR stickers. We’ve already seen unofficial ports of AR Stickers to other devices, first with the Nexus 6P, OnePlus 3/3T and the Xiaomi Mi
In a tweet, Google said that ARCore apps can be downloaded on the Xiaomi App Store and that more partners will be “coming soon.”
Augmented reality and virtual reality are popular platforms for developers and customers, and companies like Google aren’t likely to give up their forward momentum with either any time soon.
As such, it isn’t too surprising to hear that Google is working on a new AR headset, based on a new report […]