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069: What are the Possibilities of Augmented Reality?



Ted Kupper

Review the Future

Posted: Mar 28, 2016


In this podcast the Review the Future team offers a broad survey of augmented reality. How will the social and economic aspects of our lives be different in a world where computers are constantly altering our vision? What are the main benefits that AR has over VR? How does one even define augmented reality anyway?


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