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Augmented Reality Fashion Filters - A Growing Trend

The Digital Fashion Week provided designers with a new opportunity to showcase their collections to a global audience instead of the group of around 400 guests who attend Paris each season. 
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Facebook Messenger Creates Augmented Reality Halloween Spooky Features

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, trick or treating and Halloween parties may be cancelled this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have some spooky fun.
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Facebook and Warner Music Partner on AR Collaboration with David Guetta and Sia

Facebook has partnered with Warner Music to create an Augmented Reality effect prior to the launch of David Guetta and Sia’s new single, Let’s Love. 
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5 Business AR Trends for 2020 and Beyond

These business AR trends will transform workplaces and industries in the next few years.
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Pinterest’s AR Virtual Try On With Top Beauty Brands

Pinterest have embedded a new AR ‘Try On’ option into their platform which allows the user to open their smart camera and try on the cosmetics with a face filter. 
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Bollé Launches the First AR Try Out Experience

If you’re interested in augmented reality you’re probably aware of AR ‘try on’ experiences which use your smartphone camera to show what you would look like wearing clothing, accessories or shoes, to help influence you to buy it. But, have you heard of an AR try out experience? 
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Instagram’s AR Filters Are More Dynamic Thanks To The Latest Update

Consistent updates are regularly made to Spark AR but the latest one features different functionalities that AR developers can use to create more complex filters to entice the user with on Instagram.
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Quarantine Paves Way To A Whole New World Of Augmented Reality

The potential of augmented reality (AR) and its benefit to society is becoming more apparent day by day. Most recently, its function as a communication and entertainment tool has taken a huge leap forward during quarantine as more people turned to the use of AR filters and lenses on mobile devices to stay connected in a remote environment.