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Interactive AR on the Samsung Internet Browser

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1*MxgJIp3R6eNKpIUynOQVIQ.jpeg8th Wall Web demo using Samsung Internet browser at SDC 2018.

We had a blast demoing 8th Wall Web on the Samsung Internet browser at the Samsung Developer Conference last week. Digital robot JINI greeted attendees in our latest immersive web experience, JINI Cam, where users posed and snapped photos of him in augmented reality.

1*GD0Yg_9-KrOw3Th7YWaMvA.gifJINI Cam running on Samsung Internet

JINI Cam works on all mobile browsers, and we wanted to show off our AR magic using super-speedy Samsung Internet for Android.

“8th Wall Web running in the Samsung Internet browser demonstrates what a modern mobile web browser is capable of today in the hands of highly skilled AR creators,” said Laszlo Gombos, the Senior Director of Web Platform at Samsung. “8th Wall enables AR for the web today running on today’s mobile browsers.”

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If you haven’t had a chance to try out the Samsung Internet browser yet, you can download it here.

You can play with our interactive AR camera, JINI Cam, by opening this link on your tablet or smartphone. Make sure to share your favorite JINI pics with us by tweeting @the8thwall 📸

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