I like Twitter. Tweeting helps me formulate thoughts in a unique way, and despite the company’s many missteps, I think it’s a net positive addition to my life. That should make me a good target audience for TweetReality: an augmented reality app, based on Apple’s ARKit, that puts your Twitter feed in the real world. Instead, I’m probably its worst possible test case.

TweetReality was released for iPhones and iPads a couple of days ago, and it’s gotten a positive response on startup showcase site Product Hunt. As seen in the promotional video, it turns the ordinary Twitter feed into a grid of cards that float in a half-sphere ahead of you, like a big force field of tweets that you can only see through a camera feed. You can tap cards to…

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from The Verge – All Posts https://www.theverge.com/2017/12/7/16745748/tweetreality-twitter-augmented-reality-client-ios-arkit

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