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Google is building AR and VR that knows where you are

Google made plenty of VR- and AR-related announcements at I/O, its annual developer conference, today. Not only will Samsung's Galaxy S8 and LG's upcoming flagship be Daydream-compatible, the company also announced that it's working on standalone Daydream VR headsets. Enabling the latter is a unique technology called WorldSense, a new set of positional tracking tools that doesn't require any cameras or complicated setup.
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