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Oculus Chief Scientist: AR glasses will someday be as ubiquitous as smartphones

Today, augmented reality is the stuff of Pokemon and puppy-face filters, but someday, it will be socially acceptable to wear high-tech AR glasses tying us to the virtual world around the clock. At least, that's according to Michael Abrash, Chief Scientist at Oculus Research, in a talk about Facebook's annual developer conference... Continue Reading Oculus Chief Scientist: AR glasses will s
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