Dev Report: uSensAR Aims to Fill the Gap for Android Users Left by ARCore’s Limits


In 2017, major breakthroughs in smartphone-based simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) opened up new doorways for developers and users of both Apple and Android phones. Unfortunately for Android users, the solution that Google is previewing, ARCore, currently only works on three Android smartphones. But Silicon Valley start-up uSens is stepping in to fix that with its new engine called uSensAR.
The announcement was made on Monday at CES 2018 in Las Vegas by uSens, a company known for some amazing articulated hand-tracking solutions. Like Google’s ARCore, uSensAR uses the standard RGB… more


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