We've seen Elon Musk's Tesla being virtually driven in augmented reality, so it's only right that we also get a look at his SpaceX rockets in the amazing platform.
Another person experimenting with Apple's ARKit showed off the Falcon 9 rocket returning from space and landing on a drone platform not at sea, but in the middle of his swimming pool in his backyard. From the sound effects to the shadows and perspective, it looks surprisingly real.
Yes, people are getting a little crazy with all these ARKit demos, but this one is too exciting to write off as just a cool AR trick. This looks like the future of AR, and we're just getting started.
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