The app is based on BBC’s documentary series called Civilisation. It uses AR to bring 30+ unique artefacts from many historical periods to the users. Each artefact can be seen in 3D rendering using a smartphone as an AR viewfinder. The app gives the user ability to locate, rotate, and resize the artefacts. The AR app also offers interactive features like x-ray views, narrations, origins, and history of the artefacts. The AR app is available on Android and iOS platforms.
The app transforms the smartphone into an AR drawing assistant. It is essential an AR-tracing app, which plots a particular shape on a piece of paper and chooses sketch from the phone. The app projects the image onto a paper, allowing users to trace it around. How good the trace is depends on the user’s familiarity with handling the pencil. This is perfect if you want to practice a particular sketch.
The app is perfect to learn new languages, users can choose from 33 different languages. One needs to find the AR button. The app asks users to search for a flat surface. Once the flat surface is detected, the app will ask them to slide down the AR teacher. You can learn different languages on the go on the phone.
This app is for those who want to get the tattoo done. HT Ink Hunter offers remade tattoos and their designs. These tattoos can be positioned in any way that the user likes. You can place them on any part of the body. The simulation eliminates the risk of getting the wrong tattoo. The app supported black and white tattoos, the recent version supports coloured tattoos as well.