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A curated list of Open Source example iOS apps developed in Swift
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ARHeadsetKit - High-level framework for experimenting with AR and using $5 Google Cardboard to replicate Hololens.
What are some alternatives?
iOS 11 by Examples - 👨🏻💻 Examples of new iOS 11 APIs
ARCharts - Lovely Augmented Reality Charts for iOS - Built with ARKit
ARKit-Navigation - ARKit Demo Application
FaceTrigger - Easily use ARKit to detect facial gestures. FaceTrigger is a simple to use class that hides the details of using ARKit's ARSCNView to recognize facial gestures via ARFaceAnchor.BlendShapeLocations
ARVoxelKit - Voxel graphics framework using ARKit + SceneKit
ARVideoKit - Capture & record ARKit videos 📹, photos 🌄, Live Photos 🎇, and GIFs 🎆.
Placenote - PlacenoteSDK Sample app in native iOS using ARKit, written primarily in Swift
Virtual Objects - ARKit Base Project. Place virtual objects based on WWDC example project
ARKitEnvironmentMapper - A library that allows you to generate and update environment maps in real-time using the camera feed and ARKit's tracking capabilities.
SmileToUnlock - This library uses ARKit Face Tracking in order to catch user's smile.
ARKit Emperor - Power! Unlimited power for ARKit 2.0!