In addition to providing previews of its upcoming iOS 13, macOS Catalina, watchOS 6, and other Programs, Apple announced the Newest ARKit 3 and RealityKit Applications frameworks for developers.
These frameworks are designed to help the programmers build amazing AR experiences. The business also unveiled a brand new app called Reality Composer for iOS, iPadOS, and Mac, which enables developers produce and prototype AR experiences right on the devices where they are going to look. Furthermore, Apple is bringing HomeKit to safety routers and cameras.
Based on Apple, ARKit 3 puts individuals in the centre of AR using its new Motion Capture and People Occlusion features. With Motion Capture, the developers will have the ability to include people’s movements right in their apps. It can track people’s limbs, heads, and torsos in real time. Folks Occlusion will be sure AR content shows up naturally in front or behind people.
Furthermore, ARKit 3 adds help to track up to 3 individuals with front camera in addition to simultaneous use of both rear and front camera. Live collaborative sessions are also currently available, allowing individuals to utilize a shared AR map.
RealityKit is your company’s new framework for producing photorealistic AR encounters. It will let the developers easily combine virtual objects with real world environments.
“RealityKit was constructed from the bottom up for AR,” Apple said in a statement. “It comes with a photorealistic rendering, as well as incredible surroundings mapping and service for camera effects like noise and motion blur, making virtual material nearly indistinguishable from truth.”
Developers can make use of RealityKit capacities with the newest RealityKit Swift API.
RealityKit Composer, on the other hand, is an app which allows developers build interactive scenes with full AR support.
“Using a simple drag-and-drop interface and a library of high-quality 3D objects and animations, Truth Composer lets developers place, rotate and move AR items to assemble an AR encounter, which is directly integrated into an app in Xcode or exported to AR Quick Look,” Apple explains.
Moving to HomeKit, Apple announced two improvements around HomeKit throughout the WWDC 2019keynote — HomeKit Secure Video and HomeKit-enabled routers.
As part of Apple’s increased push for consumers’ privacy, HomeKit Secure Video will enable security cameras to process and analyse video directly on user’s devices instead of sending it into cloud. It is going to then encrypt the video and save it on consumer’s iCloud account. Apple will maintain 10 days’ worth of video on iCloud account and it won’t count towards storage limits. Apple also revealed the first cameras with HomeKit Secure Video will soon be coming from Logitech, Eufy, and Netatmo.
HomeKit can also be coming to routers, and it will produce a virtual firewall between your full network and the devices on the network, thus maintaining the network as well as protected even if one of the devices is breached. LinkSys and Eero will establish the initial HomeKit-enabled routers.