By Draw & Code
Here is the video.
And a GIF below, of a neat moment:
Aspect is an app that allows users to direct their phones at black and white drawings and make them move. Whereas many other AR apps focus on changing reality, Aspect allows content that is already fantastical, content within whimsical drawings, to become even more enchanting by allowing a viewer to interact with them more fully.
When I look at this work, I wonder how the artists (who drew the illustrations I presume) imagined when they added animation to their pieces. From a more technical standpoint, how was the animation done in accordance with the image? Could animations be made from existing, static images, or some existing photos (such as seeing a man on a bike, and the app automatically knows that the man should be riding the bike)? Then more static works can become interactive.