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Dr. Panda Launches Augmented Reality App for Christmas

The new Augmented Reality App presents a fun mixed-reality experience aimed at the entire family for the holidays.

Dr. Panda Launches Augmented Reality App for Christmas 30/11/2017
Dr. Panda launches Augmented Reality App for Christmas

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Dr. Panda LLC, one of the world's leading kids' app developers, has launched a holiday Augmented Reality app called Dr. Panda AR Christmas Tree on iOS using Apple's ARKi.

The new app redefines the magic of Christmas by creating an immersive experience using augmented reality technology providing a fun augmented reality experience with a virtual Christmas tree that people can interact with and decorate however they like.

With a total of 27 different ornaments, it allows users to create their own unique tree, adjust the size and offers the capability to share their it with friends and family.

Users can also find the perfect spot to place the 360-degree virtual tree and see it appear in the physical space using an iPhone or iPad.

The Augmented Reality app, which is made for the whole family, from kids ages 3 up to adults, serves as a countdown to Christmas. Each day leading up to the 25th a new ornament will be revealed to decorate your tree.

Augmented reality technology is changing the play experience for all consumers, especially for kids. Built on Apple's new ARKit technology, Dr. Panda AR Christmas Tree brings this latest technology trend to users for free.

The app is available as of today on the App Store and is compatible with iPhone 6s and up, or latest generation iPad, running iOS 11.

The award-winning five-year-old startup, which focuses on apps and app connected toys, is the largest independent kids' paid app creator with its own character IP.

With AR Christmas Tree, Dr. Panda expands on its AR portfolio of products. The five-year-old startup has created over 30 games and a new series of app connected toys that entertain and help kids learn about the world, using safe and child-friendly content.

The kids entertainment company has offices in Chengdu, China and San Francisco, CA.

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