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October 19 · Issue #9 · View online
NEXTREALITY'S weekly newsletter is a curation of the latest and best in Augmented Reality products and news.

🚀 There’s more jobs being posted on our Slack group. It’s free to use. Are you on there?
💬 Our AR resources page is growing. Don’t hesitate if you have suggested AR links to add.
🌏 Our website www.nextreality.tv has a tonne of new AR apps that have been posted. Make sure you check them out.
🗞 Did you miss last week’s edition? Check it out here
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😲 Augmented Reality jobs
Are you using our Slack group to post and view AR jobs yet? If not, you’re missing out on these…
Adobe: Sr Experience Designer, Snr Experience Developer
Fevo: Snr Software Engineer
6D.AI: Lead computer vision researcher engineer, graphics engineer, Front end and backend engineer
😺 Wonderland Book
Bring the story of Alice in Wonderland to life with this app. Each page has a different story and animation to go with it. The detail is impressive and the kids will undoubtedly be amazed. 
The kids are getting the cool AR stuff so far 😫
Watch it here
🌄 We are TV
This app is aiming to make your television watching experience more interactive. It knows which TV show your watching and creates 3D characters based on it. 
You can also interact with a show by displaying your love or hate for it by throwing hearts or bombs at the TV.
It seems pretty cool, but I can imagine it’s going to be a struggle building content for every TV show and also knowing what is playing, when. Maybe some Shazam tech could help? 
Anyway, worth checking out 😊
Watch it here
👩‍⚕️ Imagina Books - The Human Body
Bring children’s human anatomy books to life with this app. 
I loved learning about human anatomy as a kid. I could imagine spending hours learning about it in this way. The more detail, the better!
I’m really excited about the future of AR in education and love seeing these examples. 
Watch it here
🖼 Picture that
We’ve seen how furniture and beauty apps show what your real world can potentially look like. Now we’ve got it for picture framing and art. 
Want to see whether the colours will suit other things in your room? Probably a good idea before you spend the big bucks. Look forward to seeing where this goes 🎨
Watch it here
👻 Dead lands
First person shooter games in AR are pretty awesome. This is another example of a life-sized shoot ‘em up Zombie game. 
Watch it here
🖌 wiARframe prototyping tool
Looking for an AR prototyping tool to help speed up designs and testing? @Jeremiahalex and Co are working on this now and may be kind enough to give you a beta version by signing up. 
📰 Some news that's worth reading...
Apple's Tim Cook prefers augmented reality to VR - BBC News
Magic Leap confirms $502 million fundraise - Axios
Games lead ARKit downloads - Business Insider
👋 That's it for this week
We really hope you liked this newsletter. If you’ve got any tips or suggestions, feel free to reach out via Twitter or email.
Until next week! 
Dean Fankhauser
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