Apple's iOS 11 take on AR looks pretty good so far

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But these #Apple #AR demos looked nearly as good as Google's advanced Tango augmented reality phone hardware — without the need for specialized hardware.
I got try a few experiences with #Apple's #AR toolkit on a new iPad Pro, and — while it was just a quick demo — I came away impressed.
In particular, ARKit can combine camera information and motion sensing on the phone to track virtual objects realistically, not unlike what Google's next-gen Daydream camera tracking promises.
ARKit can also apparently recognize surfaces and edges, place objects properly and recognize environmental lighting to shade virtual objects properly.

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Source: Cnet