Mar 222014
Unbelievable Bus Stop Adds Amazing Special Effects To Real Life

To promote their product, Pepsi Max UK modified a busy bus stop in England like never before. One glass wall was replaced with a digital giant screen. 

The screen appeared as a glass window, but just when travelers least expected it, amazing special effects would be added to real life!

It looked as if aliens, monsters, and giant robots were taking over the streets!


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Jun 172013

There’s been a lot of talk about augmented reality with smartphones, video game systems, and now Google’s Glass leading the way. 

But InfinityAR asks, “What if Augmented Reality (AR) was Amazingly Relevant, not just a gimmick?”

With their new Infinity Augmented Reality Platform, they are attempting to make AR a relevant reality, connecting people with “intelligent information and responses intertwined with pinpoint relevance .”

For now, consumers will have to be satisfied with this promotional concept video, which has gone viral, amassing over 1.4 million views


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May 072012

The UC Davis W.M. Keck Center for Active Visualization in the Earth Sciences equipped a sandbox with a 3D Kinect camera and a projector.

Once the system was fully operational, the sandbox came to life with real time augmented reality, and even has a ‘flowing water’ feature. The video is featured on YouTubeTrends, Mashable, and EnGadget


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Apr 062012

After Google Glass project went viral published this humorous spoof of what the augmented reality glasses would be like if they ran on Windows. The video has started to trend today, and is featured on TheDailyWhat, TheHighDef, Awesomer, and TastefullyO.


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Apr 042012

And just as quickly as Google’s augmented reality glasses video went viral did the parody begin.  is the first to spoof the new Google tech in his video that is featured on Reddit. Just imagine how annoying it would be to get spam emails on your augmented reality glasses!


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