by Bridgette Austin
Sep 4, 2014
Imagine watching a televised football game and seeing the first down line marking the field. This virtual object that appears on the playing surface (sports scores during a TV match is another example) is, in fact, augmented reality in action. But the use of augmented reality (also known as AR) isn't just limited to the world of sports. Augmented reality is used every day to insert digital and virtual information into your real-world environment.
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