A sample project to demonstrate how to use react-native-arkit
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README.md

ReactNativeARKit

This is a sample project to demonstrate how to use react-native-arkit

Note: ARKit is only supported by devices with A9 or later processors (iPhone 6s/7/SE/8/X, iPad 2017/Pro) on iOS 11. You also need Xcode 9 to build the project.

How to run the project

  1. git clone https://github.com/HippoAR/ReactNativeARKit.git;
  2. In the project folder, yarn install the dependencies (npm broken atm.)
  3. Go to the ios folder and open ReactNativeARKit.xcodeproj. Build and run on your physical devices (ARKit doesn't run on simulators).
  4. You also need to change the signing team

Notice: the project is using "Release" config on run. If you want to debug and develop, change it to "Debug"