Introducing ARCore Kit | Google VR | Screenshot from youtube.com In an attempt to popularize augmented reality on smartphones, Google released a new set of software tools, dubbed the ARCore kit, that developers could use in making AR applications for Android phones.
In a post dated August 28th that was published on Google’s blogsite, Dave Burke, vice president of Android Engineering at Google, announced that they released a preview of the ARCore kit.
A part of the post read:
“With more than two billion active devices, Android is the largest mobile platform in the world. And for the past nine years, we’ve worked to create a rich set of tools, frameworks, and APIs that deliver developers’ creations to people everywhere. Today, we’re releasing a preview of a new software development kit (SDK) called ARCore. It brings augmented reality capabilities to existing and future Android phones. Developers can start experimenting with it right now.”
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