Pokemon Go looks even improved with ARKit

Pokemon Go got some adore during WWDC 2017.

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Apple is throwing some shade detailing on Pokemon Go.

With a new ARKit, Apple is going all in with protracted reality. The height for iPhone and iPad apps aims to pull AR brazen with some-more picturesque looking digital objects projected onto a genuine world. The underline allows for fast suit tracking, lighting and scaling estimation. 

During a demo during a Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose on Monday, Apple showed off how ARKit looked like with Pokemon Go — a Pikachu that has shadows in 3D, and is indeed on a floor, not only floating around. 

“The Pokemon is so real, he’s right there on a ground,” pronounced Craig Fderighi, Apple’s conduct of software, during a demo. The association boasted that with ARKit, it will have a world’s largest AR platform.

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