A development team in Silicon Valley is nearing early access release of a new hardware-independent augmented reality platform called Phantom AR.

Compatible with Android and iOS-based headsets, as well as the Microsoft HoloLens and Meta 2, Phantom AR runs the entire augmented experience, including the user interface, applications, asset and resource management, and interaction with environments and other users. Running as an application over the lower layers of the operating system, Phantom replaces the default user interface with AR features.
Phantom allows users to build objects and specify… more

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