A new app lets you use your iPhone 7 to create an augmented reality room that allows you to watch and interact with other people inside.
The app, called D3, lets you walk around and play with virtual characters.
It’s a clever solution that could become an integral part of augmented reality experiences in the near future.
“In the future, you can have your phone and your iPad on the same screen, and the virtual characters will be connected to the phone, so that you can interact with them in a virtual environment,” said Daniele Zuccarelli, a developer at D3.
“If you want to look around and interact, you have to be connected.”
You can create your own virtual environment to be used as a backdrop for other people to interact with.
The project comes as Apple’s augmented reality headset is set to launch on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac this fall.
The iPhone and iPad will run the new Apple TV app, but it’s unclear if the software will support D3’s approach to AR.
In its own words, D3 “is an AR platform with a focus on privacy, security, and interoperability.
D3 aims to help AR developers get started and share their creations.”
D3 has been in development for the past few months, and it has been made available for free to developers.
“With D3 you can play around with the app and create your very own virtual room,” it explains.
“You can see and interact in a room as a virtual person.”
Users can enter their real-world locations and their avatar’s virtual location and then set up the virtual room with a set of buttons, which allows users to control the camera, touch, and even the volume.
A virtual door and doorbell can also be added to the room, which allow users to enter and leave the room at a moment’s notice.
D3 lets users set up their own virtual rooms by creating a virtual object.
The object can be made from paper or wood, and then connected to an iPhone or iPad.
Users can also attach their own cameras to the object and then control it using the camera’s touchscreen.
Users can then use the app to watch others interact with the object, and interact by moving their avatar around the room.
Users also can create a wall of virtual characters by dragging their avatar in the room and then dragging the character onto the wall.
Users have a number of ways to control their virtual characters, including a virtual button that moves the avatar in one direction.
Or, they can use the phone’s screen to control an animated avatar that moves in the other direction.
The app lets users choose whether or not they want to share the virtual avatar with a social network.
Users are also able to set up a virtual room for friends to hang out and chat.
A group chat will also allow users, in the same virtual room, to ask their friends questions and have them share their answers.
Users may also choose to share their avatar with friends through a video chat.
When someone in a group chats with a friend, the virtual avatars are animated so they move in unison.
When it comes to the privacy aspect of D3 and the way it handles the data it collects, the app says users can opt to share what it’s collecting.
But it warns that users should also be aware of the way that it will use the data.
The D3 app is open source, so developers can try it out.
“There is no way to know whether this is something that you want or not,” said Zuccairelli.
“But this could be useful for developers who are building an app for a social platform or a video app.”