A custom alternative to ARKit (by aheze)


Basic AlternativeARKit repo stats
29 days ago

aheze/AlternativeARKit is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

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Posts where AlternativeARKit has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-04-06.
  • Today is the first anniversary of my app, Find - search text in real life! 100% offline, no ads, no IAP.
    Not the whole thing, but parts of it. The core is here. The help center is here. But if you want to see any other code, just message me! Nothing is really confidential or anything.
  • Find - an app that lets you do Command+F, but in the real world. Fast, free, and 100% offline. | 2021-03-22
    I've considered it. It will probably be still closed source in the near future, because it's my proudest accomplishment and I think it might have some potential... but the core text detection is open source, and I wrote an article on it. But, nothing in Find is really confidential or anything. If you want the code or whatever for parts of it, I'll gladly show you! | 2021-03-22
    The core functionality is open source at aheze/AlternativeARKit (I originally was using ARKit to place the highlights, but it couldn't keep up with Vision). I also wrote an article that guides you through it.
  • You guys have been posting about the fast review times. But, HOW???
    It's not on GitHub. I was thinking about monetizing it if I get a good amount of users. I'd rather just give it away for free than make like $10. But, the main OCR code is open-source. I wrote an article on it too. If you want the code of any part of the app, I can definitely show you though.