Dunkin Takes Solar Eclipse Viewing to a Hole New Donut Level With Apple's ARKit
The ARKit isn't widely available yet, but this is a pretty cool marketing move nevertheless.
This upcoming Monday, the 21st of August, marks an extremely rare opportunity for a chunk of the US to experience a total solar eclipse. If you’re worried that you’ll miss for any particular reason or just fancy an alternative eclipse, Dunkin Donuts is taking this opportunity to show off a donut eclipse made possible with Apple’s ARKit.
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If you’re curious, the writer researched just how many calories a moon size donut hole would yield. It amounts to 8,212,017 which could fulfill the daily caloric intake of about 2000 average sized humans. A pure diet of donut holes is certainly not recommended by Shacknews, though.
This is nothing incredibly groundbreaking, but just another cool way augmented reality can impact our experiences. This is a cool marketing move by Dunkin and, hopefully, the application and Apple’s ARkit will be made available to users in the future. Also be sure to check out a more productive use of AR in the mean time.
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