Alongside Bangkok’s AR innovators, Sandbox boss Zac presented our latest developments to the national press.
Since Apple released their ARKit, the possibilities of augmented reality have become vastly wider and more accessible for both developers and users, and with that accessibility came innovation in a number of fields. Alongside representatives from Lykke Studio – producers of puzzle game AMON – and Homeprise, an online interior design platform, Zac discussed the creative possibilities of AR in gaming. He presented and gave members of the media a chance to try out Block pARty and Unstoppable Rex: AR Saga.
Read what the press had to say: Thai Rath gave their readers a round up of the future-changing tech, ASTV Manager focused on how AR puts the power in the hands of the consumer and The Nation was inspired by how AR can be used for edutainment for kids and adults alike.
Zac also hinted at what will be possible with the forthcoming release of ARKit1.5, which will allow for vertical as well as horizontal plane mapping. Watch this space for more exciting developments.