Kabaq company has introduced new hyper-realistic food in augmented reality.



A start up called Kabaq offers all lovers of delicacies to see in augmented reality how a meal would look like before ordering it. Images are so hyper-realistic that you can practically smell it and feel the taste. 

Co-founder of Kabaq, Alper Guler says that over the past few years his team has been working on improving the patented process of creating very realistic culinary models. This technology is considered to be one of the most difficult to capture in 3D. The program optimizes content for augmented reality for culinary brands, including Dominos, Grubhub, Subway and Dunkin. User can also see how their wedding cake would look like in famous bakery Magnolia. 

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