I think it is pretty cool as basically a tech demo. The graphics are not the best, nor is the interface, but it works as it is intended to. For the first ARCore app on the market, I think it is good.
First app to use AR Core and does it in a brilliant way. Would be great if you could expand the app to include placement options (placing on a surface) and have the atoms react to light.
Simple, yet it blew my mind! (Samsung Galaxy S8) . I hope they can integrate this technology with the current GearVR and provide positional tracking to it.
Very cool. A bit laggy, but it's expected from a first release. Well done!
Finally AR reality application has arrived with Atom visualisation. One of the best application which I ever used for AR...Fabulous work by Signal Garden... Keep improving by new updates
Wow this works great for a preview! I placed them in my kitchen and no mater where I went or how far I walked they stayed put very cool
The first ARCore app on Play Store! *Requires ARCore Preview*
Designed and developed by Jonathan Barndt (Computer Science sophomore, University of New Mexico) for his National Science Foundation STEP Summer 2017 internship at Signal Garden.
Project Supervisor: Dylan Hart
Project Coordinator: Omar Shaikh
Project Onboarding: James Croney
UNM STEP Project Advisor: Prof. Cassiano de Oliveira
UNM STEP Program Coordinator: Kelly Cockrell
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