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Minecraft Reality App Arrives For iOS, Brings Your Creations Into the Real World 25

Posted by samzenpus
from the because-you-can dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Following the news that Minecraft has been ported to the Raspberry Pi, Mojang has announced a new augmented reality iOS app. The app uses your iOS device's camera to track your surroundings before projecting creations onto the landscape. Not only can you see the results on your screen, but you can change their size as you please, and also walk around them to view from different angles."
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Minecraft Reality App Arrives For iOS, Brings Your Creations Into the Real World

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  • Re:Minecraft on OSX (Score:2, Informative)

    by Anonymous Coward on Sunday November 25, 2012 @06:48PM (#42089789)

    I believe when you try and run a Java app for the first time, it prompts to install, and does so. I'm running Minecraft using the .app launcher and I don't remember having to fight it on a brand new MacBook Air with Mountain Lion.

    I'm not sure about running it in-browser; I've never felt a need to.

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