Blippar, a mobile augmented-reality startup, says it’s using computer vision to more precisely determine where to place virtual images in real space. Recommended for You
If you’ve ever played around with an augmented-reality app like Pokémon Go on a smartphone, you know that even though it can be fun, the virtual images you see through the eye of your phone’s display often don’t look quite right against the real world in the background.
Part of the problem is that AR apps tend to depend on a combination of your phone’s GPS and compass to figure out where you are and, thus, where to show these images on your screen, yet GPS doesn’t always work that well if you’re wandering around a bustling city. This can result in virtual objects that appear jittery and out of place, rather
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