Engineers from the Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pennsylvania, USA, have developed an augmented reality projector capable of interacting with both the user and the
One of the most attractive features of a smartphone is the camera. With it, we take quick photos of ourselves and any other thing that
I’m sure you must have heard all about Google Glass. That’s basically a pair of augmented reality glasses. Augmented reality is the in-thing now, dudes;
Imagine being able to play a game of dinosaurs on your smartphone – but with the creatures superimposed on the setting of your present environment.
Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are similar technologies, but they are also different and address different scenarios and needs.