With Apple's implementation of augmented reality (AR) technology "ARKit" already in hands of developers, exciting real-life application demonstrations have started appearing all over internet. A new measurement application demo utilizing the ARKit framework showcases the astonishing accuracy with which Apple's AR technology can measure distances. As shown in the video demonstration the ARKit-driven app will let users take precise room measurements just by pointing their iPhone’s camera across the corners. The app will also help generate 3D models automatically with collected measurements and data.
After the first video preview of much rumored CNC manufactured Apple iPhone 8 dummy, here is yet another video demonstrating the industry-highest screen to body ratio of the upcoming model and it's comparison with existing iPhone and Galaxy models.
Equipped with all the rumors and leaks, many Apple iPhone 8 dummies and renders are making rounds all over internet, but here is one in full glory video which claims to be manufactured via CNC process based upon the 3D CAD sourced directly from the factory in charge of building the new upcoming iPhone from the house of Apple.
Photos are reminders of the memorable aesthetic events that occur in our lives. These photos can be taken by a DSLR and other devices that can capture these images. The photos ought to be edited, and a computer does this. The problem arises when we want to transfer these pictures into our 5” + devices. They are many ways put in place to help with the transfer and today is about how to transfer photos from PC to Samsung Galaxy S8 without a hassle.
Kicking start their advertisement campaign, the company released two new advertisements titled “The New Normal” and “Breaking Out”, showcasing the key features of the handsets, the ads are worth a view for every tech-lover.
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