New design and development tips for all developers working on augment reality apps
Apple has released a comprehensive set of guidelines to help developers make better ARKit apps, including thinking about safety, handling tracking problems, and some language suggestions to make technology seem less intimidating.
The highlights are:
Apple also provided some AR glyphs – an example of which can be seen at the top of this article – that can be used to trigger your AR experience. Using this icon is probably a good idea, at least in the early days of AR when both users and developers are still figuring out what works well.
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