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Your source for augmented reality news. Compact information from the blog www.augmented.org
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Gaining toothbrushing achievements with an AR mirror! Hopefully the image recognition a gyro within the brush tracks correct brushing, too! :-)
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Boo Wong from Vfx house THE MILL on AR and how personalized realities could get us out of sync. Nice read: https://buff.ly/2QWMNb0 @qz #AR @millchannel
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Car shopping and price preview through AR, pointing your phone. Could be helpful in Germany soon for DIESEL owners...
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Anybody working in composite materials? Seems like AR/VR reached this niche, too! :-)
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Enhancing your Porsche racing experience in real life through AR huds. If only I could afford the Porsche ;-)
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DIY: a universe on the Magic Leap (as seen in the marketing video that never got installed on the ML1):
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Ranted Reality: another well detailed review of Karl Guttag on the Magic Leap One. Real life view polluted by AR diffractions. But I don't mind for a DK1. I would never wear it outside or during crucial tasks anyway.
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Damnit, it's about time to update those dusty rollercoaster rides! We need more AR in theme parks! :-)
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Opendesk @open_desk furniture is publishing an #ARKit application to preview your on-demand production at home before buying. AR-competition for #IKEA 's #AR app! :-)
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Augmented reality through the eyes of an 11-year-old. Wikitude interviewing the young AR developer Yuma: https://buff.ly/2MnFOo7 With 11, hmm, I think I coded on my Commodore C16+4 back then. How 'bout you?
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