@IMAX first AR app that previews a Panda that you can communicate with #Arkit @apple
To promote IMAXs Pandas documentary, IMAX has teamed up with tech company Conversive to develop IMAX’s first ARkit app named Pandas AR.
With Pandas AR, the user not only can interact with a 3D panda, but you would be able communicate with it also. The panda will be able to tell you interesting facts about pandas then it’ll ask you questions about what you’ve learned.
We’ve applied a newer rig to our 3D model of Adabot and now Adabot is able to perform gestures. Next, we’ll import this to our Adafruit AR app. Give the people a wave, Adabot!
More coming soon!
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