The Latest iOS Update Will Fake Eye Contact in FaceTime
Apple can now correct your gaze to make it seem like you're making direct eye contact over FaceTime, and it's pretty creepy.
How an Augmented Reality Game Escalated into Real-World Spy Warfare
She led hundreds of real people on secret missions for a make-believe cause.
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We're Getting a Harry Potter Version of 'Pokémon GO'
You'll apparently be able to "unravel a global mystery, cast spells, and encounter fantastic beasts and iconic characters along the way."
She’s always got her Oggles on anyway. You know how kids are.
We Need More Artists Like This Street Performer-Turned Multimedia Wizard
How a formerly-undocumented kid from Queens went from performing on the subway to a solo art show in Manhattan.
Screen Muslims Like a Real Customs Officer in This New AR Experience
The creators of 'Terminal 3' hope the experience will challenge users preconceived notions of Muslims.
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How Augmented Reality Will Project A New World Onto Our Windshields
Will bringing more digital information to our displays make driving safer, or make us even more distracted?
Augmented Reality App Can Translate Sign Language Into Spoken English, and Vice Versa
Students at New York University have created a working prototype of an app that uses machine learning and augmented reality to enable hearing people to understand sign language, and turns spoken words into sign language for the deaf.
Technologists Use Augmented Reality to Return Stolen Artwork
Thieves stole over $500 million worth of art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum 28 years ago. Now, technologists are using Apple’s ARKit to bring the paintings back.
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Uber Wants to Fill the Boredom of Self-Driving Cars With VR
The company aims to patent virtual reality technology that lets you jack in while on the road.
Internet Artists Invaded the MoMA With a Guerrilla Augmented Reality Exhibit
"Hello, we're from the internet" is an art project that took over the MoMA's Jackson Pollock room without permission.
Holograms Might Become a Big Part of Your Life Sooner Than You Think
Companies are developing augmented reality technology they hope will be used by everyone from soccer players to your doctor.