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X – Ray

by 360weare – John Hansen

 

 

X-Ray yourself to see your body and bone structure! This Facebook Camera Effects allows users to adjust the view by using your fingers!

 

 

 

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X – Ray

https://lenslist.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/42444536_1726250220817260_5338556138889674752_n.mp4

by 360weare – John Hansen

 

 

X-Ray yourself to see your body and bone structure! This Facebook Camera Effects allows users to adjust the view by using your fingers!

 

 

 

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Bodlr Headphones

by Dan Baczynski Maciá

 

 

“I’m a maker and one of the things I’m working on is a custom pair of headphones made of up cycled offcuts and materials. I’d like to be able to allow people to customize these headphones and buy them online. So I’ve made this AR filter for people to visualize the product, change materials and virtually try it – then hopefully get interested enough to want one!”

 

 

 

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Bodlr Headphones

https://lenslist.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/headphonesvideo-1.mp4

by Dan Baczynski Maciá

 

 

“I’m a maker and one of the things I’m working on is a custom pair of headphones made of up cycled offcuts and materials. I’d like to be able to allow people to customize these headphones and buy them online. So I’ve made this AR filter for people to visualize the product, change materials and virtually try it – then hopefully get interested enough to want one!”

 

 

 

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POPLAR Face filters

by Poplar.studio

 

 

Welcome to the world of ancient Greece! Become one of the mythological heros and open your mouth to show the mortals your beauty and powers!

 

 

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POPLAR Face filters

https://lenslist.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/poplar-face.mp4

by Poplar.studio

 

 

Welcome to the world of ancient Greece! Become one of the mythological heros and open your mouth to show the mortals your beauty and powers!

 

 

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Live TV News

by Alex Anpilogov & Laurie Ainley

 

 

Comment from Alex:

“Laurie Ainley and I have been experimenting with pulling some external data into a filter. Here’s one demo – a live TV news feed, which we decided to ship – you can try it below. The aggregator API provides 4 channels with the ability to add more as needed. Each channel contains latest stories with thumbnails and channel-specific data like colours and channel names. The front camera is the ‘interview mode’ and the back camera is ‘studio mode’ with segmentation.

Worth noting that when using external video as a texture, there is a delay between the texture’s state being reported as downloaded and it actually rendering on the screen. We’re checking the state when switching channels and only hiding the “searching for channel” TV noise when all assets are loaded, but that doesn’t seem to be a reliable method with external video. Occasionally the filter doesn’t load at all when selected – this is possibly linked to the fact that it has many capabilities enabled. The user needs to reload the filter a few times to get it working. Also segmentation kills the fps but we left it on anyway for the studio mode.”

 

 

 

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Live TV News

by Alex Anpilogov & Laurie Ainley

 

 

Comment from Alex:

“Laurie Ainley and I have been experimenting with pulling some external data into a filter. Here’s one demo – a live TV news feed, which we decided to ship – you can try it below. The aggregator API provides 4 channels with the ability to add more as needed. Each channel contains latest stories with thumbnails and channel-specific data like colours and channel names. The front camera is the ‘interview mode’ and the back camera is ‘studio mode’ with segmentation.

Worth noting that when using external video as a texture, there is a delay between the texture’s state being reported as downloaded and it actually rendering on the screen. We’re checking the state when switching channels and only hiding the “searching for channel” TV noise when all assets are loaded, but that doesn’t seem to be a reliable method with external video. Occasionally the filter doesn’t load at all when selected – this is possibly linked to the fact that it has many capabilities enabled. The user needs to reload the filter a few times to get it working. Also segmentation kills the fps but we left it on anyway for the studio mode.”

 

 

 

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Kiki Challenge

by Alex Anpilogov

 

 

“The Kiki Challenge was everywhere online; the NTSB issued a warning about it. I thought there must be a better way to do it, so I opened AR Studio…”
The effect uses the CameraInfo, TouchGestures, Animation and Audio modules with some reactive JS programming and the patch editor.
While his part in the Kiki Challenge might be done and dusted, he’s keeping close with AR Studio, looking into how it can act as a prototyping tool in addition to its primary function.
“I will be looking to explore more complex projects that have more scripting, make us of the tracking functionality and the networking module to create more dynamic effects.”

 

 

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Kiki Challenge

https://lenslist.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/kiki-challange.mp4

by Alex Anpilogov

 

 

“The Kiki Challenge was everywhere online; the NTSB issued a warning about it. I thought there must be a better way to do it, so I opened AR Studio…”
The effect uses the CameraInfo, TouchGestures, Animation and Audio modules with some reactive JS programming and the patch editor.
While his part in the Kiki Challenge might be done and dusted, he’s keeping close with AR Studio, looking into how it can act as a prototyping tool in addition to its primary function.
“I will be looking to explore more complex projects that have more scripting, make us of the tracking functionality and the networking module to create more dynamic effects.”

 

 

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Orioles

by Chris Rivers

 

 

“I took a stab at bringing this Orioles branded beer can to life. Working with so many clients in the food/beverage and sports industries, I decided to do some experimenting with product augmentation. This effect was achieved using Procreate on my iPad to do the initial drawings, After Effects to handle tweens, and scripting in AR Studio to handle timing/target tracker use.” – Chris Rivers

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Orioles

https://lenslist.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Orioles-.mp4

by Chris Rivers

 

 

“I took a stab at bringing this Orioles branded beer can to life. Working with so many clients in the food/beverage and sports industries, I decided to do some experimenting with product augmentation. This effect was achieved using Procreate on my iPad to do the initial drawings, After Effects to handle tweens, and scripting in AR Studio to handle timing/target tracker use.” – Chris Rivers