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Augmented Reality will help you find your lost keys

I can imagine a world where augmented reality key finding technology becomes the 'killer app' for mainstream AR adoption. At least, as a demo that makes

Seamus Byrne
Seamus Byrne
Augmented Reality will help you find your lost keys

I can imagine a world where augmented reality key finding technology becomes the 'killer app' for mainstream AR adoption. At least, as a demo that makes people think "Oh! That's amazing!" and then never actually buy one of these devices, but generally have a better understanding of what AR can do.

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