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A-ha Moment

A-ha Moment: See the Latest Apple ARKit Concept Video, 'Take on Me'

Apple's Software
July 27, 2017

See Apple ARKit’s A-Ha moment.

Apple’s new augmented reality framework is on full display in a new clip showing a concept app that turns a home into a 1980s music video. The concept took 16 weeks to complete, according to Engadget.

Based on A-ha’s classic video for “Take On Me,” the proof-of-concept software using Apple’s new ARKit framework, which was first announced at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June. Using ARKit, everyday users and developers can easily create augmented reality experiences for iPhone and iPad.


Here’s the video followed by its inspiration:

Pretty cool, no?

ARKit is expected to launch with iOS 11 this fall.

For the latest ARKit projects, visit the Made With ARKit website or subscribe to the site’s Twitter feed. You should also consider a new subreddit dedicated to all things ARKit located here.

For more on iOS 11, see: