• Every Android phone with ARCore right now

    5 monthes ago - By Android Central

    Google's AR platform is now available to more than just the Pixels.
    You don't need to own a Pixel from Google to take advantage of ARCore anymore! The platform has now been released to version 1.0, and with that comes a lot of exciting news for developers and users alike.
    ARCore apps will start showing up in the Play Store soon, but what phones will be able to enjoy this new tech? Check out the list here, which we'll be keeping updated as frequently as possible!
    Phones with ARCore support
    Google
    Pixel and Pixel XL
    Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL
    Samsung
    Galaxy S7 and S7 edge
    Galaxy S8 and...
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  • Ghostbusters World Official Teaser Trailer

    Ghostbusters World Official Teaser Trailer

    5 monthes ago - By N4G

    Neocrisis - Ghostbusters World, an augmented reality game, was revealed today as part of Googles ARCore announcement.
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  • Google's ARCore 1.0 Released to Public, Google Lens Hits More Handsets

    Google's ARCore 1.0 Released to Public, Google Lens Hits More Handsets

    5 monthes ago - By Phone Scoop

    Google today made ARCore 1.0 available to developers and the public, bringing augmented reality to some 100 million smartphones around the world. Handsets compatible with ARCore include Google's Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL; Samsung's Galaxy S8, S8+, Note8, S7, and S7 edge; LGE's V30 and V30+; Asus's Zenfone AR; and OnePlus's OnePlus 5. More devices from Samsung, Huawei, LG, Motorola, Asus, Xiaomi, HMD/Nokia, ZTE, Sony Mobile, and Vivo will be compatible with ARCore later this year. The 1.0 release gives developers an updated set of tools to create virtual content. For example...
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  • Google steps up its augmented reality game with ARCore 1.0 and Google Lens update

    5 monthes ago - By Liliputing

    Google is bringing its latest augmented reality platform out of beta. First announced last year, ARCore is a set of tools software developers can use to create apps that superimpose virtual objects on real-world scenes using a smartphone's camera and other sensors. It's not as sophisticated as Google's Project Tango, which also relied on specialized...
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  • ARCore & Google Lens Coming To Third-Party Android Phones

    ARCore & Google Lens Coming To Third-Party Android Phones

    5 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Mobile augmented reality service ARCore and computer vision solution Google Lens are set to expand to third-party Android devices in the near future, Alphabet's subsidiary said Friday. Following two developer previews, ARCore will officially be exiting its experimental phase of development at Mobile World Congress 2018 scheduled to start next week, as was previously rumored. ARCore 1.0 will debut alongside expanded developer support, with Google confirming it will now start accepting AR apps on the Play Store. The initial version of the service will support the company's Pixel and Pixel...
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  • ARCore 1.0 just released; Android AR apps incoming

    ARCore 1.0 just released; Android AR apps incoming

    5 monthes ago - By SlashGear

    The full launch of Google's ARCore for Android took place on February 23rd, 2018. Google suggested that while just 13 Android smartphones work with ARCore right now, more are in the pipeline. The devices Google's listed as working with advanced capabilities in augmented reality today are just part of the equation. There's a whole lot more coming, and it's coming...
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  • Get ready for more AR apps - Google brings ARCore to version 1.0

    Get ready for more AR apps - Google brings ARCore to version 1.0

    5 monthes ago - By Digital Trends

    Google announced that it is bringing ARCore to version 1.0, essentially meaning that you are about to see a whole lot more AR apps on the Google Play Store. The company also announced the expansion of the Google Lens preview.
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  • Google Lens comes to iOS, Android's ARCore leaves beta

    5 monthes ago - By ZDnet

    New devices, partnerships, and platforms are in store for Google's AR projects.
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  • Google takes ARCore mainstream, brings Google Lens to hundreds more phones

    Google takes ARCore mainstream, brings Google Lens to hundreds more phones

    5 monthes ago - By Android Central

    Great news for those who live in an augmented reality.
    Since its debut at 2017's Google I/O conference , Google Lens has been impressing users with its ability to parse actionable and useful information from existing photos on the company's own Pixel phones. It rolled out in October within the Photos app , and then expanded to Google Assistant in November .
    At the same time, Google has been touting its augmented reality platform, ARCore , as a simplified and more accessible version of Tango, requiring less specialized hardware.
    Now, Google is making big changes to both ARCore and Google...
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  • Google Lens comes to more Android devices and even iOS users

    Google Lens comes to more Android devices and even iOS users

    5 monthes ago - By Pocket-lint

    Google's AI camera feature, Google Lens, is expanding to more devices. At launch, Google Lens was only live in the Photos app for Pixel phone users, and then it came to Google Assistant in late 2017. However, you still needed a Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, or Pixel 2XL to access the feature. Now, any Android user - and even iOS users - can install the Google Photos app to start playing with Google Lens. Furthermore, owners of Android devices from Samsung, Huawei, LG, Motorola, Sony, and Nokia will also be able to access Google Lens through Google Assistant in "the coming weeks", Google has...
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  • Google ARCore officially launches and these phones support it

    Google ARCore officially launches and these phones support it

    5 monthes ago - By Pocket-lint

    Google has announced a major development with ARCore. The company's augmented reality platform , which has been in testing and limited to a handful of devices and developers for the past year, is finally now out of beta. As a result of that, Google is launching the 1.0 software developer kit , allowing third-party developers to more easily create AR apps for Android phones. As of today, ARCore is available on these phones: Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Google Pixel 2, Google Pixel 2 XL, Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7...
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  • Google is bringing ARCore out of beta and launching Lens search on more phones

    Google is bringing ARCore out of beta and launching Lens search on more phones

    5 monthes ago - By The Verge

    Google is bringing its augmented reality system ARCore out of beta with new features, and it's making its Lens visual search tool part of Google Photos on all phones. Today, ARCore 1.0 launches on all Google Pixel phones, all recent Samsung flagship phones, the Android O version of LG's V30 and V30 Plus, the Asus ZenFone AR, and the OnePlus 5. In addition to the preview version's capabilities , ARCore 1.0 includes support for anchoring virtual objects to any textured surface, not just flat, horizontal ones. Google boasts that 100 million Android phones currently support the platform, and...
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  • Google makes its AR search tool Lens available for your phone, too - CNET

    5 monthes ago - By CNET

    Google Lens moves beyond Pixel and into phones from Samsung, LG and more - making it easy to learn more about your world just by pointing your phone's camera.
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  • Heads-up: Google's official AR apps are coming to these phones - CNET

    5 monthes ago - By CNET

    Play Ghostbusters in the real world - or anything else an app developer dreams up.
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  • Android's official augmented reality toolkit is available to the public

    Android's official augmented reality toolkit is available to the public

    5 monthes ago - By Engadget

    Google's take on a mobile augmented reality framework is no longer limited to a modestly-sized preview. It just released ARCore 1.0, letting anyone publish Android apps that take advantage of the toolkit to meld virtual objects with the real world. T...
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  • Google officially launches ARCore, brings Lens to more phones

    Google officially launches ARCore, brings Lens to more phones

    5 monthes ago - By MobileSyrup

    Two of the Pixel 2's main software selling points are expanding with announcement of new partnerships and devices today. ARCore 1.0 is officially launching and Google has announced that Google Lens will gain support on select Android handsets. ARCore ARCore, the tech giant's augmented reality SDK for Android, is out of preview and is now launching as version 1.0. Now developers can publish AR apps directly to the Play Store. Google has also added improvements and additional support to make the process faster and easier, according to the company. ARCore 1.0 also now features improved...
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