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Mobile augmented reality
Posted: 9 September 2009

Reality, improved
Sep 3rd 2009
From The Economist print edition
Computing: Thanks to mobile phones, augmented reality could be far more accessible—and useful—than virtual reality

Augmented reality makes the real world really useful
Dateline: 16 June 2018
Remember when five senses were enough to understand what was going on around you? Then MIT introduced 'Sixth Sense' technology, and you could get information from the web to tell you more about the things you can see, products you want to buy, or people you meet. Sixth Sense used a somewhat clumsy web-cam to recognize objects, connecting them with meta-data on the internet, and overlaying ...
Doug Vining Today's Vision of Tomorrow: Augmented Reality-Boosted Beer Drinking, Via Stella Artois
Stella Artois has just launched an AR iPhone app dubbed Le Bar Guide that is, so the company says, the "first global 3D augmented reality iPhone bar guide." Essentially it's an AR app that tells you where you can sink a glass of Stella's finest beer nearby to your present location, wherever that may be on the planet.
Posted: 3 December 2009 at 08:28
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