Minecraft Reality lets you see your virtual creations in the real world
For many Minecraft players, the best part of the game is building objects, and the new iOS app lets you see how these creations will look in the real world. The augmented reality application called Minecraft Reality allows you to upload your creations to the site, and then post them in the real world so that you can view them through the camera of your device, writes The Verge. The application also has a social element: you can fix your Minecraft model in a certain place where other users can stumble on it.
The app was created by the 13th Lab with the blessing of Minecraft developer - Mojang Studios. Minecraft Reality can be bought for $ 1.99 on the App Store. Alas, it does not work on many older devices - iPod touch 4G and older devices are not supported, and “most of the functionality” is not available on the iPhone 4.