The Kudan AR SDK allows developers to create augmented reality apps for iOS and Android mobile devices. The service provides a multitude of tracking options and advanced rendering techniques. It also offers video capture, ambient lighting analysis, live camera texture mapping, and more. This SDK includes both Objective-C and Java APIs, as well as a Unity plugin.
Google released a new version of Android Studio today, and the new IDE has everything developers need to build apps for Android smartphones, tablets, watches, and other form factors. Want to put the latest APIs to use? Android Studio 2.0 is what you need. The update is free.
Magickly aims to make image manipulation possible as a simple web service. The Magickly API is very easy to use, and completely open source. It requires no API key, and allows a developer to use a lot of different image manipulations on any web-accessible image. Magickly is an open source, simplified version of the Aviary Effects API, which has a contest ending next week.