Someone built an inter-dimensional portal using Apple's new AR software, and it's a stunning effect

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We've seen developers do some really cool things  with ARKit, Apple's new augmented-reality development software, ever since the toolkit was announced and released in early June. But this new example just might be the best one yet. 

Just over a week ago, France-based consulting agency Nedd released a 44-second clip that shows a really cool ARKit application: an inter-dimensional portal.

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This kind of augmented-reality technology will be coming to iPhones and iPads this fall through the iOS 11 update, but recent reports suggest Apple also plans to implement this technology into a pair of smart eye glasses, to be released within the next year or two.

Apple CEO Tim Cook is emphatic about augmented reality. Here's a real quote he said to Bloomberg:

"We’re building it into iOS 11, opening it to ­developers—and unleashing the creativity of millions of people. Even we can’t predict what’s going to come out," Cook said. "I am so excited about it, I just want to yell out and scream." 

When you step through the portal, you can see the real world through that same doorway.
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