LG U+ AR glasses really can put 'Blackpink in your area'Augmented reality (AR) promises to provide a simultaneous view of both the physical and digital worlds, allowing users to immerse themselves in virtual experiences without having to check out of the real world. A new set from mobile carrier LG U+ and Beijing-based developer Nreal is the first serious effort to bring AR hardware to the mainstream in Korea.
The Korea JoongAng Daily sat down with a set of U+ Real Glass to see just how useful AR really is in everyday life.
BY LEE JUNG-JOO [firstname.lastname@example.org]
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