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What can you do in ARCore right now?

ARCore is for developers right now, but there are some fun things for us laymen to try out. ARCore is a new set of API's, Frameworks and tools to allow real time Augmented Reality apps to work on a standard Android device. Based on the work they've done with Project Tango, ARCore removes the need for specialized hardware making room scale VR in reach of the common Cell Phone.
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