AR is getting Shwifty and RAD ARKit Creators are showing us what they got! Check out these Rick And Morty Tributes made in ARKit.


ARKIt is currently the hot topic in the Augmented Reality world and developers/creators everywhere have been excited about it since Apple announced it at WWDC. Well some of those creators are also big fan of this seasons big long awaited return. RICK AND MORTY.

This season has been pure fire and Justin Roiland has said the new episode tonight is one of his favorites.

In Honor of the new episode of Rick And Morty check out some of these rad ARKit pieces from super fans of the show.

Can't view the Solar Eclipse today? Dunkin Donuts want to help you out with this AR project (Sponsored Post)

The Great American Eclipse of 2017 is a once-in-a-lifetime chance for many to see a straight-up-full-on TOTAL solar eclipse. This rare eclipse will be viewable by 16.5 million Americans in its path, which leaves over 306.6 million very sad Americans unable to experience it. To capitalize on that Dunkin Donuts has made a AR based marketing video. Moonchkin is a 8,212,017 calorie virtual donut hole that uses Augmented Reality to allow anyone to watch a total solar eclipse anytime, anywhere. Developed by the fictitious Dunkin' Donuts "Research and Dunkvelopment" Department, when they heard not everyone would be in the path of the Great American Eclipse they decided to collaborate and do something about it.
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ARKit Video Of The Day- An invisible exhibition blurring the lines between what’s real and what is not..

Here is a weekend AR Experiment by SF based Marpi in collaboration with Can Buyukberber.

An invisible exhibition blurring the lines between what’s real and what is not. Recorded in real-time at the de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA.

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AR Kit Video Of The Day- A-Ha Take On Me taken on by Chip Sineni

This ARKit video is an homage to the 80's music video for the song Take On Me by the band A-Ha. The video was created by Chip Sineni of Trixi Studios, the team behind the Tango AR shooter Phantogeist. Chip's ARKit video is one of the best videos I have seen yet as it has a great sense of humor, a reflection of the past, and a really great sense of virality. Check out the ARKit video and then go learn more about the awesome AR work Trixi Studios is doing.

ARKit Video Of Day: Kristy Keatch uses ARkit and the Vive for a fun Mixed Reality video with the Normal VR mascot.

Kristy is a sound artist and creative programmer focusing on the design of interactive sound and game systems. Normal VR is a community of creative misfits, artists, engineers, and storytellers working at the intersection of design and technology. They are working with the world’s leading virtual reality platforms including Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Playstation VR.

Normal VR is pretty rad check out their Open Source Drum Keyboard project for VR.