Have you ever dreamt about Minecraft, usually after a late-night gaming session, and the dream has mixed real life with the 3D-cubes and pixels of the popular game? Well, your dreams can become real with the Minecraft Reality (opens in new tab) app!
Yes, you can create Minecraft objects and place them in reality - well, augmented reality anyway - where they will remain forever. Created by 13th Lab AB (opens in new tab), Minecraft Reality uses PointCloud SDK (opens in new tab) which lets you map and track 3D spaces using SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping).
What's mine is yours
You can also upload your own Minecraft worlds to the app's website (opens in new tab) and place these in reality, plus you can discover Minecraft worlds that others have placed in locations nearby, and share screenshots of Minecraft worlds in reality to Facebook and Twitter. The app is available now, priced $1.99 (£1.49).
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