AR + will arrive at Pokémon GO in very little thanks to ARKitNiantic has announced that AR + is an enhanced system of its augmented reality incorporated in the application, which will allow pokémon to be fixed at a point in space, being able to zoom in and zoom out to see its real size. We can see pokémon of great size, on a real scale, in the real world. Best of all, this technology is also accompanied by a fairly basic artificial intelligence system. The Pokémon will interact with each other, and for example - They can be scared of you if you get too close to them and run away, so you have to take into account the distance that we are from them. This meter will be called Consciousness and will vary according to different parameters. All this work has been done thanks to the collaboration that the people of Niantic have made with Apple to optimize their application to the maximum. They have not answered the questions of whether this feature for Android will also come with Google having its own augmented reality platform, ARCore, but maybe it is because the Google system is still at an early stage of development. We still have no date for us to see the new AR of Niantic in Pokémon Go, given that they say it will be in the coming months, so we will be attentive to see if it arrives in the first quarter of the year. It will be able to support all the iPhone 6s forwards since it also needs a lot of hardware to survive.
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