Specifically created for the development process, the Mutrics ARiC open-source augmented reality glasses are going to be a huge bonus for developers interested in creating applications and experiences for augmented reality. Being launched on Kickstarter, the Mutrics ARiC AR glasses use the visualization of a 3D module that can be controlled via hand gestures you code to create an interactive experience for your users.
“Game developers can create fun, inventive ways for gamers to play their game using AR capabilities. By using cameras, IMU sensors, and hand tracking, a small cyber city can be built in a room. Utilizing the 6 degrees of freedom markers could provide enough information to allow the game to connect with the real world.”
Backer early bird pledges priced at roughly $1299 or £939, offering a considerable discount of approximately 57% off the final retail price, are up for grabs on the crowdfunding platform.
Nevertheless, if the Kickstarter campaign is successful and the company can raise its required pledge goal, then the product might be shipped as soon as September 2021 provided the manufacturing process goes on smoothly.
“The age of augmented reality is upon us. Engineers, industrial designers, mechanics, salespeople, filmmakers, doctors, and other professionals desperately desire a device that could recreate their vivid, otherworldly dreams into an immersive experience that can be appreciated by all. Mutrics strives to lead the way in AR development to seamlessly overlay virtual imagery on the physical environment. We proudly present to you our newest “Toy”, the Mutrics ARiC, a complete open-source tool that provides developers with an all-in-one AR solution. Included in the Mutrics ARiC is futuristic hardware and powerful software for maximum customizability of your augmented reality.”
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