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Marc Edwards Jul 21
Replying to @AndrewProjDent
😍 That is good.
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Matt Jul 21
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Okay so *this* is useful
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Richard Jul 21
*this* is what I expected from Google Glass.
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Cyril Jul 21
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Love this 😍
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Frank Rausch Jul 21
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This looks great! Still planning to open-source this?
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Miika Puputti Jul 21
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Awesome! πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ
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Daven Jul 21
Replying to @AndrewProjDent
This is insanely cool. Can't wait to see how it's done
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Kitze Jul 21
Cc time to color the world
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Dallas Groot Jul 21
Not going to lie! That is pretty fucking incredible!
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grork Jul 21
ARKit really needs occlusion detection.
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Keith Ahern Jul 21
Replying to @AndrewProjDent
I can't believe it. You can actually be more than 100m from a Starbucks.
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Marc Duchesne Jul 21
Replying to @AndrewProjDent
Excellent POC. Will show it for my own projects (telecoms) if u don't mind.
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Caio Gondim Jul 21
Love those ARKit demos ❀️
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azamsharp Jul 21
Replying to @AndrewProjDent @EA_Roa
Very cool!
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Fabien Ric Jul 21
Replying to @AndrewProjDent
reminds me of this: (wow already 7 years ago!)
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Fabien Ric Jul 21
Replying to @AndrewProjDent
they also implemented a use case like the 1st demo you show in 2008 :) were they a bit early? or is Apple a bit late? πŸ˜€
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Ram Kanda Jul 21
Replying to @AndrewProjDent
I've seen some cool examples of occlusion (assuming from 7plus dual lenses). Would be interesting to try occluding non-road objects.
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Adrien Jul 21
Replying to @AndrewProjDent @EA_Roa
In a couple of years, this will be on car’s windshield!
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