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ARCore 1.6 improves ambient lighting, polishes screen capture and recording

2 monthes ago   |   By VentureBeat

The newest version of Google's ARCore framework, ARCore 1.6, introduces improve lighting and expands device support.
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Google ARCore now supports 250 million devices as version 1.6 rolls out

Google ARCore now supports 250 million devices as version 1.6 rolls out

2 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Google

Since ARCore 1.2 at I/O 2018, Google has released a number of updates to its platform for mobile augmented reality. ARCore 1.6 today allows for more realistic lighting and screen capture, with the company also sharing that it's supported on a quarter of a billion devices.
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