Bjarne Lundgren / firstname.lastname@example.org / @bjarnel
In this example I have taken the simple scenekit tic-tac-toe (another of my repositories), and tried to put it in ARKit:)
The game also includes a decent AI opponent.
It works.. somewhat
The aim is this project is just to improve my knowledge of SceneKit and ARKit.
This obviously requires, Xcode 9 (BETA), iOS 11 (BETA) and a relatively recent iOS device.
I know there are numerous positioning bugs around, and that the scene itself is badly organized. Will improve in time:)
Instructions: You put pieces by tapping where you want them to be. You move pieces by dragging and dropping.
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Copyright 2017 Bjarne Lundgren
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