Introduced in July 2016, Pokemon Go has become one of the most augmented reality games. This game lets you roam the world using your smartphone to capture Pokemon.
If you’ve been enjoying the game, you might wonder what other AR games you could try. One of these could be your next favorite augmented reality app.
This is an app for tattoo enthusiasts. Ink Hunter will let you try its pre-made tattoos or your own designs. Then, orient them in a position that you like and place them on any part of your body using the camera, and they will look as close to real life without going under the needle.
Its latest update now supports colored tattoos. In this way, you can get a glimpse of what they look like before inking it on your body.
It is a similar game to Pokemon Go as it uses your GPS location. What it does is that it hack portals. Then, it lets you build up those portals after you have chosen your teams to help you fight against the other side.
Because you need to travel to various places in the real world to find and hack portals, it does seem to work like Pokemon Go. So, if you wish to have the same experience as Go but you want to try something new, then Ingress is an ideal option.
The app enables you to leave notes to your friends around the city. Your notes can only be accessed or read by other people who are also using WallaMe.
To use the app, take a photo of a street, wall or sign. Use the painting tools an in-app drawing features of the app to leave your special messages. Then, attach those photos to the area that you have chosen in order to prove that you’ve been there.
The AR comes into play when you’re in a place with a hidden message and use the app to read it. All messages can be private, or you may opt to have them accessible to everyone.
It’s been a handy translation tool. But it gets better with its inclusion of AR visual translation features. With it, you can hold your camera and focus on the text or image. From there, Google Translate will give you a real-time translation of words and phrases.
If you are regularly away from a cellular network, you may choose to download its language packs so you can have offline translations.
Crayola Color Alive
You may think that it’s just for kids but adults can have fun with this app, too. Crayola Color Alive pairs AR with colouring books in creating interactive pages to bring your kids’ drawings to life. Once you’re done colouring the page, use the app and watch it come to life with various special effects and animations.
It’s not a name that you can associate with augmented reality. However, this reviews app has an augmented reality that you can use to assist in finding nearby restaurants using your device’s camera as a viewfinder.
The said feature is the app’s extensions to help you find local establishments and their relevant details and reviews.
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