Kayak's popular travel application uses augmented reality with a new feature that can measure the size of carry on with just a smartphone. The updated iOS application introduced Apple's ARKit technology and introduced a new bag measurement tool that helps to calculate the size of the bag and determine if it will fit in the top bin. Before Your journey.
This tool is useful because it may be different from an airline with permitted baggage dimensions. If your bag is okay to know it is not easy.
With the new Kayak iOS application, you can access the measurement tool with the flight search function.
The application first asks you to scan the soil to calibrate the measurement. Then move your cell phone around the bag and catch its size. The kayak app performs mathematics and returns the bag size in terms of length, width and height.
It also tells you if the bag "looks good" or does not meet the requirements of baggage size.
In addition, we compare all airline baggage size requirements in one place. I certainly know if the airline you fly will allow you.
The application of Augmented Reality was mixed up to now. (I'm sorry).
Some applications are very convenient, such as watching furniture placed in the room, trying out new makeup colors. (Yes, indeed, I am serious.) But other people have doubts – probably like the AR game application. (How much time do you play this AR sling game for Eclair?)
However, one area where AR is improving is to be able to measure with mobile phones when Apple starts its own AR measurement band at iOS 12.
The kayak tool programmed with the iOS 12 release is one of these more practical applications.
The company says the AR function is currently available only on updated iOS devices.
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