But it doesn’t stop there. Up until now AR has been hindered to a single view experience. Sure, you can create and look at a 3D generated Porsche in your garage but only those looking at your phone in that instant can see it. And if social media has taught us anything it’s that if you can’t share it, did it even really happen? Now thanks to recent launch of Umbiquity6, an AR app created by a startup of the same name, you can share your AR experiences with up to 10,000 others. When the startup’s co-founder and CEO, Anjney Midha, was travelling, he felt a profound sense of wanting to share what he was seeing with his family and friends – thanks to Umbiquity6 you can scan your surroundings in 30-seconds and let others experience your reality with you by augmenting them into it.
Futhermore, AR experiences normally end the minute you move on to something else, now thanks to the merger of AI, AR and tech created by Umbiquity6 you can have a single ongoing experience that continues in spite of you not being there. Example? Generating a virtual augmented pet lion that learns and thinks for itself thanks to AI tech, that you can leave and come back and visit. Talk about Tamagochi 2.0.
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