‘For All Mankind: Time Capsule’ AR app augments alt space history series


A new augmented reality app serves as a bridge between the first and second seasons of “For All Mankind,” the Apple TV+ alternate space history series that explores what might have changed if the Soviets were the first to put a person on the moon.

In “For All Mankind: Time Capsule,” now available through the Apple App Store, users can piece through a virtual box of personal mementos belonging to Danny Stevens (played by Casey Johnson), the son of astronauts Gordo and Tracy Stevens (Michael Dorman and Sarah Jones). The app uses the iPhone’s or iPad’s camera to make it look as if Danny’s items are in the user’s own setting, such that they sit on a real desk or are inside the same room as the user.



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