Augmented reality family video shows the possible future of computing at home


Since the debut of Microsoft’s HoloLens last month, companies working on competing augmented reality (AR) products have been put on notice: the biggest software maker on the planet has entered the game

Adding Microsoft to the list of existing AR players, including the Oculus Rift and Google Glass, means that the race to win big in AR is no longer the domain of obscure startups working on the fringe. But one of those smaller players, castAR, has just released a new video designed show how its device might work as a normal part of everyday family life, and possibly compete with the big guys.

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