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A proof of concept project from Microsoft Research shows how the Kinect can be used along with projectors to make any room an interactive display experience.
A U.S. patent filing by Microsoft released Thursday shows the company's desire to protect its plan for a pair of augmented reality glasses to be used for multiplayer gaming purposes.
A man has used both his modeling and his programming skills to create a small model of the TARDIS in the Doctor Who TV show that looks bigger inside than outside thanks to an augmented reality app.
A new report claims that Microsoft has a team in its Bing division that is making augmented reality-based Windows 8 apps, along with an SDK for third party developers.
That's right, augmented reality is now fashionable. Project Glass took to the catwalk this week at New York fashion week, and has been documenting the whole experience.
Google has just revealed some images and a video all captured with its Google Glass Project devices. This indicates that the device is going through its testing phase as it leaves the Google lab.
A newly revealed project from Microsoft Research combines a Kinect device with an overhead projector to beam the image of a model car that can be controlled to interact with real objects.
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