In the future, we believe AR will be in the world all around us. Rather than the ephemeral capture and share' sessions we see today, AR will sit in a hidden data layer that you access through your devices — phones today, glasses tomorrow. Your phone is the magnifying glass that is allowing you to peer past your reality into a hidden experience locked (key word) to a place or object in the world around you. It's the transition from experiences being ephemeral to them being persistent. It is made more powerful by the fact that the AR now has immediate context because it is directly relevant to place or target where you are. - Matthew Simari, Facebook Camera product managerFacebook will demonstrate the AR feature this weekend with posters advertising "Ready Player One" at SXSW, and its future plan includes incorporating the function into its AR Studio, a set of development tools for app makers.
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