An app called TweetReality is available on the App Store, the first AR version of the Twitter client.
Brushed up in the morning circle of friends, there is always the feeling of reading the memento, if the screen content into reality what would happen? The holographic projection used by Tony Stark in Iron Man gives us a futuristic way to present and interact with information. A recent app called TweetReality is available on the App Store, the first AR version of the Twitter client. Although not yet comparable to Iron Man's technology, using AR to push the gesture is cool enough.
TweetReality is based on Apple's ARKit and has been released for iPhone and iPad. After opening the first orientation towards the ground, and then there will be a spherical front Twitter display wall, from the shackles of the screen, so brushing a kind of pointing Jiangshan feeling.
In TweetReality, homepage, refresh, search, flip, push these operations can be achieved by clicking the buttons on both sides. The most interesting point is to open a tweet to see the reply, the way up and down sliding a bit like a future interaction.
Frankly speaking, if you really are a "Twitter control," TweetReality can not be used for everyday use, it just provides a novel form. Twitter, microblogging This flow of information on the product a lot of elements, with intensive text, pictures and other content, in fact, is not suitable for viewing with the AR. Only the future of our vision will not be limited to the phone screen, if the smart glasses, or even the popularity of smart contact lenses, game software design, interactive approach must be changed.
Now, you can try TweetReality as a fun experiment.
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