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If you’re a fan of Harry Potter, you’ll really love this AR experience! The Wizarding World app allows you to try on the famous sorting hat through your front camera; it’s a short but fun experience that results with the hat’s decision of which house you belong in (the houses being Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Slytherin, and Hufflepuff).



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The childhood dream of being able to play “Jumanji” as a real life board game has finally come true. Tilt Five’s holographic gaming system includes a game board, AR glasses, and a controller that brings board games to life by putting 3D holograms right in front of you.

The benefits to an AR controlled board game are:



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Rumor has it that AR is coming to Apple. I mean, I think we all saw it coming... of course Apple would not only hop on to the latest technology trends, but also blow it out of the park.

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Instagram is also stepping up their game by incorporating AR into their advertisements. With certain advertisers, Instagram is testing new “try ons” that use AR to allow people to try on products before buying. “Try on” experiences are also shareable through Instagram Stories. This new feature is a fun, modern way to effectively advertise.



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The creativity is endless when it comes to AR - and nobody embraces this better than Snapchat. Their new feature allows users to draw their own 3D creation on their face, or on anything else that will stick, and give it a realistic creation. Make your own AR snaps and do things like:



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How can you participate – be a video!

Connect ALL your print activities to Augmented reality. This could be ads, POS, signs, packaging, store fronts and anything you can imagine.