Augmented reality (AR) enhances and expands your view of the real world with computer-generated outputs, including sound, video, graphics, or GPS data. Many people first became aware of it when Google Glass arrived a few years ago, and augmented really hit the mainstream this last summer when Pokémon Go took off. AR has exciting implications for everything from education, defense, healthcare, and advertising, to construction, automotive, games, and much more...
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