SketchAR is an app through which the user sees a virtual image on the surface of which they are planning to trace a sketch. It helps artist and designers. In one hand, the user holds a phone and sees a virtual image, while the other hand traces virtual lines already on the paper.

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Use Augmented Reality to Draw Easier with SketchAR

Augmented reality has a huge potential, and you are probably tired of reading this phrase over and over again, but facts support this claim. Apps such as SketchAR improve the work of artists and designers, whether they are experienced or not, don’t mind getting a bit of help from this piece of lovely technology.

SketchAR provides a digital stencil for users to trace their drawings. They only need an iPhone and the app will do its job. The app overlays images of any complexity and level of detail onto a paper, a wall, or any kind of surface. It greatly simplifies the process of drawing. Even the most amateur artist can become an expert with the help of SketchAR.

The application is now free in the App Store for iOS users and it will launch for Android users later this month and for Microsoft users later this year.

Source: SketchAR

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