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The first look at how you’ll sculpt in augmented reality using Apple Pencil and ARKit is here, and awesome

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By now you’ve seen a good number of impressive augmented reality demos using Apple’s ARKit, but you haven’t seen anything like this—sculpting in AR with the Apple Pencil. 

The demo was shown off on Friday on YouTube by India-based developer Fabin Rasheed. 

Although Rasheed doesn’t go into great detail on all the things the app can do, he did post a message on his Facebook account offering a general sense of what the app is meant to achieve. 

“My latest work using ARKit,” wrote Rasheed. “Made this app for sculpting and painting in AR.” 

The app, which is called MakerStudio, shows the ability to create 3D objects and paint those objects in AR, all while using the precision of the Apple Pencil. There’s no word on when this app might be available to the public, but it’s just another exciting glimpse of what iOS 11 users will be able to do once they get their hands on the AR-enabled iPhone 8Read more…

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