Augmented Reality (AR) is giving birth to many new innovations, and after helping you to perform your mechanic duties, the technology is being used by Qosmo and Teradadesign, resulting in the street-facing side of Tokyo’s N Building being covered in QR codes that can be read by your phone, giving it up to date information on what’s happening inside, including Twitter updates. This would be really cool, and it’ll be interesting to see what the combination of QR codes and AR can bring us in the future. If you’re still fuzzy about the whole idea a building showing QR codes for your Augmented Reality enabled phone, check out a video of it in action, and you’ll get a much clearer picture.
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