Israel21c: Now Anyone can Add Virtual Reality to Games and Services
Imagine pointing your phone at your new washing machine to get an augmented reality lesson on how to operate it. Imagine touring a not-yet-completed house and seeing what it would look like with your furniture inside with the help of virtual reality goggles. The everyday uses for VR and AR are infinite, but until now these sophisticated technologies have only been in the hands of programming pros.
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