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Intel is reportedly backing away from wearables

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Mark Zuckerberg explains how Facebook is fighting fake news

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24 hours with Sony's A99 II full-frame DSLR

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Snapchat is nothing if not fun and irreverent. With their introduction of lens filters, users are going nuts with squeaky-voiced videos and bug eyes that look like something out of a Pixar film. Now with their newest update, World Lenses, our surroundings are getting a little facelift as well.

“World Lenses will help Snapchatters decorate the world around them in even more fun and creative ways,” Snapchat said to TechCrunch.

The social media/messaging app is looking to jump on the augmented reality bandwagon with the World Lenses feature. Until now we’ve only had the luxury of adding selfie lens filters where you can overlay graphics on your photo or video. This can include dog ears, weird hats, heart eyes or the classic rainbow vomit.

These graphics can now be added to other objects in your photo to make the world look a bit wild. Alright, let’s be honest. It’s basically adding an acid trip to the whole captured moment.

If you’d like to see a sleeping cloud wake up and starting puking rainbows, you’ve got it. It’s as simple as a couple of taps. If you’d like to see it snow in the middle of summer, well it can do tha too.
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Viveport Arcade is simply the platform by which titles can be licensed to be played in public spaces. Think movie theaters, cafes and of course, as the title suggests, arcades.

At the VR Developers Conference, HTC announced their plan to place The Brookhaven Experiment and Everest VR in arcades. Numerous titles are expected to follow.

VRWhile the main focus has been on China and Taiwan, HTC plans to expand this program into the U.S. and Europe by the end of the year, as reported by The Verge.

Currently any real robust system like the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive is expensive and requires some serious PC power to run it. VR arcades offer an easy solution to this problem for the average consumer/gamer. A simple pay and play option may be more enticing to some.

It’s also hard to ignore the potential social boost this can give a community. Arcades back in the day represented a place where kids could congregate and show off their skills. It forced you to meet new people and interact. It sure beats plugging in and tuning out at home.

What do you think of the idea of VR arcades? I for one am stoked but le

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