A look at World Cup 2022 offerings from our friends at Snap and Rakuten Viber. Naturally, we focus on AR, but there’s more than filters to these celebrations.
We look at the local and global Snap Lenses made with brands like Gucci, Balenciaga, and Versace, as well as how the Lenses could preview more to come.
The second day of AWE is often overshadowed by the opening of the expo floor. But, that isn’t all that happened. Keynotes, a panel, a play, and much more.
Snap Partner Summit highlights include an AR shopping optimized Camera Kit SDK, updates to Lens Studio and the Lens Network, and a partnership with LiveNation. And a drone.
We take a look at the three lenses created through partnerships between artists and lens creators for the second year of Monumental Perspectives.
Snap has been building toward this for a long time, and we’ve known it was coming since last year. Five experiences around the world usher it in.
From camera filters and lenses, to mobile web games, to a benevolent chatbot, these three AR companies are keeping you company this Valentine’s Day.
The ARPost guide on how and why to attend the virtual concert from OZ and Snap and get ready for “Marry Me” coming this month from Universal Pictures.
The update includes more product information and easier-to-find products for virtual try-on from participating retailers MAC Cosmetics and Ulta Beauty.
A partnership with a fine arts dealer and with an ASL machine learning project sound pretty different. But, are they, really? Snap doesn’t think so.
The release builds on the AR features that Snapchat users got their hands on last summer and makes good on Snap promises from Lens Fest in December.
Over the past year, Snapchat lenses have helped us mask up, express concern, and experience joy. Lens fest looked back at 2020 and forward to the future.
Squad has teamed up with Snap to utilize Camera Kit, an augmented reality tool, and to provide people with more creative outlets amid the pandemic.
Snap Inc. held its first-ever tech conference called Snap Partner Summit on April 4th. The company made announcements for their messaging app Snapchat and its AR features, and added more app integrations for developers and creators.