The realm of science fiction is not only lasers and cute green toddlers, sometimes alternative science history is also sci-fi, as shown in the Apple TV Plus series for example For all of humanity.
Now, in an effort to promote the second season of the space-based series, Apple has launched a new augmented reality app that tells more about the backstory of the characters on the show.
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If you haven’t had a chance to see the show yet, it shows a world where the United States “didn̵
While much of the series features space action shots and enough historical NASA tech to feed any space geek, much of the show is driven by the drama of interpersonal relationships. Apple’s new For All Mankind: Time Capsule app captures some of those relationships by taking you through an exploration of seven chapters of artifacts to explore in AR.
After you scan your real world, the app puts several virtual items in front of you that can be examined in detail, including handwritten letters, old school 80s cassette tapes, and even an Apple II computer.
In addition to these experiences, which are available for any ARKit-compatible iPhone or iPad, the new LiDAR versions of the iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max and the latest iPad Pro also allow users to experience a virtual slideshow that can be virtually “projected” be on one of the walls in your actual space.
Immersive AR stories like this are usually reserved for more expensive, portable devices like the Magic Leap One, but it seems Apple is preparing the pump by setting an example that other AR developers can follow to get the most from Apple AR. promising to make. new arena to tell compelling stories.
The For All Mankind: Time Capsule, which is free to download from the App Store, will arrive just a week before the streaming show’s next season premiere on Friday, February 19, 2021.