Recently, Apple announced its new augmented reality (AR) library named ARKit. For many, it looked like just another good AR library, not a technology disruptor to care about. However, if you take a look at AR progress in the past couple of years, one shouldn’t be too quick to draw such conclusions. In this post, we will create a fun project using iOS ARKit. The user will place his fingers on a table as if they were holding a pen, tap on the thumbnail and start drawing. Once finished, the user will be able to transform their drawing into a 3D object, as shown in the animation below. The full source code for our iOS ARKit example is available at GitHub.