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Steve Troughton-Smith Sep 10
StarBoard frameworks on iOS 13 now. StarBoard is Apple’s system shell for stereo augmented reality apps (headset). Guess secrecy is out?
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Steve Troughton-Smith Sep 10
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
The GameController framework in iOS 13 also has a gamepad profile for a device meant to be used while using stereo AR apps. The controller profile has a clicky trackpad, a trigger button, and a system (home?) button. Handheld controller for Apple's headset? 🤔
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Steve Troughton-Smith Sep 10
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
(Oh and motion controls)
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Steve Troughton-Smith Sep 10
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
From the StarBoardServices framework. StarBoard seems to attach a UIScene to the OS much like CarPlay or an external display might. Very curious to see whether the headset or the iPhone runs the StarBoard shell itself, but seems very much like the iPhone does the rendering
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Steve Troughton-Smith Sep 10
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
It seems very much like Stereo AR apps are an app extension type you can include in your iOS app bundle, if you have the entitlements. One imagines that when Apple's headset is attached, it has a dashboard of some kind that shows you your available Stereo AR apps (like CarPlay)
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Steve Troughton-Smith
The iOS 13 GM also comes with a readme file (!) for how employees can run Stereo AR apps on an iPhone when you don't have access to Apple's headset 😳
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Steve Troughton-Smith Sep 10
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
…they just… tweeted^Wshipped it out
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Macrike Sep 10
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
HME? Garta?
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Adriano Farina Sep 10
Could HME stand for Head Mounted Eyewear, and be a moniker modeled on HMD, Head Mounted Display?
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Karan Ganesan #DevFestChennai Sep 10
Replying to @xorgol @Macrike and 2 others
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Robert Scoble 🔜OC6 Sep 10
Possibly.
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🌀Praveen Yalamanchi🚀 Sep 11
The HME is an upgraded version of low-latency AR pass-through. The headset technology included both HARDWARE AR stereo & SOFTWARE stereo via plugin. explaining at
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🌀Praveen Yalamanchi🚀 Sep 11
Gene Munster, one of the world’s most accurate tech analysts, has been predicting that Apple 🍎 buys out 🐋for $5-$10 Billion. Gene is also my LinkedIn friend.
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Dave 🔪 Sep 10
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
Sorry to the person that lost their job.
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Karan Ganesan #DevFestChennai Sep 10
Replying to @stroughtonsmith @verge
The tweet got mentioned in 🔥🎉
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stephen Sep 10
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Vyacheslav Pukhanov Sep 10
Woah! Wonder what it looks like. Also, Apple ❤️ Markdown 😁
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Andrew Redden Sep 11
My first thought.
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Spotlight and 5 others Sep 10
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
Think a feedback report for it’s -> its wouldn’t be appreciated? 😁
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Jon @ OC6 Sep 11
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
If HME stands for Head Mounted Experience I am going to punch something.
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Matthew Smith from Indelible Grace Sep 11
Headset was going to be the “one more thing” yesterday, and they cut it relatively last minute.
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VRsenal 3D Sep 11
No, that was the U1 chip and the Apple Tags.
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Wes.dev Sep 10
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
You stopped tweeting. Keep tweeting!! Haha
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Bruno Sousa Sep 11
See, apple also sends internal to customers, it's a thing :D
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