With barely a blast of intensified reality on the first day of its developer conference, Samsung was turning on day two with the introduction of its version of the AR cloud and a partnership with Wacom that make Samsung's S-Pen a reinforced verklighetstrollare.
During the Spotlight session on Thursday, Wacom's President and CEO Nobutaka Ide took the scene to show Wacom Ink Layer Language, or WILL 3.0. SDK provides apps "semantic understanding" and deep view through the mobile device's camera view, which allows users not only to drag the real world but also insert 3D content based on the app's interpretation of the environment.
This means that an architect can doodle a building on a skyline and through machine learning, an app can insert a 3D – Reproduction of a tower in its place. Or, an artist can draw virtual designs on an empty baseball cap to share with others through pictures or videos.
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On the same day, the participants received a first preview on the Project Whare AR cloud platform. Samsung NEXT's head of AR product management, Evangeline Marzec and Jayashree Nagarajan, a staff engineer for Samsung NEXT, hosted a session on building cloud-based AR apps with Project Ware and Unity.
Project Whare, a product of the Samsung Incubator's next emerging technology, offers many of the AR cloud features, such as multi-user experiences, sustained content and platform support for ARKit and ARCore platforms such as Niantic Real World Platform and 6D.ai. the table.
But Samsung's platform also adds a rather unique ability. According to its website, Project Whare's multifunctional functionality allows up to 10 users, both in distance and in the same physical space, to view and interact with the same AR content. In addition, Project Whare offers a cloud service hosting content.
Interested developers may request access to Project Whare through their website.
So far, Samsung's mobile AR jobs have been limited to copying Apple or adopting Google's ARCore platform. While Samsung's (and Wacoms) innovations on existing concepts present some tremendous opportunities for future AR experiences, it's not possible to miss: NR30: The Mobile AR Leaders of 2018