Apple is preparing to release the second season of the American science fiction series For All Mankind, which will premiere on February 19 via Apple TV Plus.
The company started promoting the series by launching a new augmented reality app Named For All Mankind: Time Capsule, which is looking to bridge the gap between the two seasons using augmented reality from the show world.
The app itself is a way to help promote the second season of one of Apple’s high-profile original shows, and it is noteworthy as another sign of Apple’s interest in augmented reality.
Even after reports that he works via augmented reality glasses.
The app takes place during a decade-long hiatus between seasons one and two, tracing the relationship between Danny Stevens and his parents, astronauts (Gordo Stevens) and (Tracy Stevens).
Users who download the free iOS app can interact with a variety of objects, such as the audio tape and the Apple II computer, that illustrate the family relationship.
The app guides users through a 45-60-minute programmed experience of content, but it also appears to be designed to support additional exploration and visits.
You can check D-mail and play a text adventure game via computer, and if you have an Apple device that includes a LiDAR scanner, such as: iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, or iPad Pro, you can use the default slide projector to display Danny’s family photos on your walls. .
(Ben McGinnis), producer of the series, said: The app was created in parallel with the second season of the series, as the creative team works with Apple to discover the best elements of spreading the story, and providing feedback while developing AR objects.
Author and executive producer (Ron Moore) added that he is excited about the possibility of giving fans new ways to explore the world of the series and its characters, especially since the writers of the series often create much more material than is shown on screen.
The For All Mankind team wrote: Many things, such as love letters and newsletters, only appear for a brief period across the screen, and can then be used in the app, along with additional materials.
You can watch For All Mankind live without the augmented reality elements, but if you like augmented reality, the app enriches your experience.
The app allows you to interact with virtual elements from a box of objects placed in the real world through the lens of an iPhone or iPad, and the app uses sound and music to enhance the story.
Augmented Reality offers a new and exciting opportunity to bring the world of For All Mankind to the homes of the audience in a way that was not possible before, and the use of this technology allows the audience to immerse themselves in the series by interacting with objects, people and media in an effective and beneficial way.