Reality Check

October 2016
Campaign;10/21/2016, Special section p3
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The article discusses meaning of augmented, mixed and virtual reality by discussing augmented reality as a Google Glass, Microsoft's HoloLens as the best example of mixed and three-dimensional simulated features in virtual.


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