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Walmart’s Augmented Reality App is Perfectly Low-Key

Finally, an example of AR that’s all sustenance, no fluff

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Aside from a couple of cool apps — IKEA Place comes to mind — and a handful of interesting games, examples of Augmented Reality have been a little underwhelming, with many of the apps released to date becoming pointless after the initial “whoa, how cool is this?!” reaction wears…




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