printAR - PDF Documents in AR

printAR - PDF Documents in AR

By Nobody LLC

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2018-02-13
  • Current Version: 1.1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 40.38 MB
  • Developer: Nobody LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 6 Reviews)
  • Price:
printAR - PDF Documents in AR App Ratings: 4.5
From 6 Reviews

printAR - PDF Documents in AR App Description

printAR enables you to interact with documents in Augmented Reality. INTERACT Interact with your documents as if they were printed: Move, rotate or stack them. Double tap to look at them full screen. PREVIEW WITHOUT HAVING TO PRINT Preview your documents before printing them to test font sizes, colors, etc. in a real world environment. Then, only print the final product. GREAT FOR MEETINGS AND MORE Place documents on a desk around you and quickly access valuable information by simply moving your device. ACTUAL SIZE Documents in AR are displayed in their real world dimensions. SURFACE DETECTION printAR can detect horizontal surfaces, such as table tops, and vertical surfaces, such as walls. SUPPORTED FILE TYPES The app currently only supports PDF documents. HOW IT WORKS 1. Select one or multiple PDFs using the new iOS 11 document browser. 2. Scan the surface you want to place your documents on. Make sure your environment is well lit and the surface is sufficiently textured. 3. Tap to drop your documents on the surface. KEY FEATURES • Horizontal & vertical surface detection. • Document interaction: Move, rotate, stack. • Full screen PDF viewer. • Document texture mimics real paper. • Lighting estimation to account for real world environment.

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App Reviews

  • I was about to try and make this, then I realized it already existed

    By MichaelTMohr
    Okay so this app is clearly in its early stages, but it’s really useful for someone in a graphic profession. I use my ipad as a medium between my Mac screen and printing. Saves money. This way I can have an even better idea of how a large poster will actually look before spending money on a full size draft.