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Mobile World Congress 2016

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Why the VR industry needs Google Cardboard

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In 2012 Oculus VR began the unthinkable task of resurrecting virtual reality (VR) when it released it’s Oculus Rift dev kit. In the next 12 months Sony and Valve will jump on the bandwagon and release consumer

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Augmented Reality

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Picture this… You are looking to rent a house in your favourite tree lined street. Simply pull out your mobile phone, open the new Layar browser, and select the ‘houses’ as your criteria. The mobile