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Banuba raises $7M to supercharge any app or device with the ability to really see you – TechCrunch

Banuba raises $7M to supercharge any app or device with the ability to really see you – TechCrunch Walking into the office of Viktor Prokopenya – which overlooks a central London park – you would perhaps be forgiven for missing the significance of this unassuming location, just south of Victoria …

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Snap launches a certification program for AR shops to craft branded lenses – TechCrunch

Snap launches a certification program for AR shops to craft branded lenses – TechCrunch Snap has announced a partner program intended to make it easer for brands to get on board with — and pay for — its augmented reality ‘lenses’ by helping advertisers find certified AR shops to craft …

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How cities can fix tourism hell – TechCrunch

How cities can fix tourism hell – TechCrunch A steep and rapid rise in tourism has left behind a wake of economic and environmental damage in cities around the globe. In response, governments have been responding with policies that attempt to limit the number of visitors who come in. We’ve …

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YouTube VR finally lands on the Oculus Go – TechCrunch

YouTube VR finally lands on the Oculus Go – TechCrunch Today, Google’s YouTube VR app arrives on the $199 Oculus Go, bringing the largest library of VR content on the web to Facebook’s entry-level VR device. YouTube brings plenty of content in conventional and more immersive video types. It’s undoubtedly …

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Sneaker marketplace GOAT announces an AR-centric Black Friday giveaway – TechCrunch

Sneaker marketplace GOAT announces an AR-centric Black Friday giveaway – TechCrunch Black Friday giveaways have become a tradition for online sneaker marketplace GOAT. Today it’s announcing the details of this year’s campaign, which will be its first to incorporate augmented reality. Director of Communications Liz Goodno described this as “the …

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Netflix’s hackathon produces a way to navigate its iOS app with ARKit and Face ID – TechCrunch

Netflix’s hackathon produces a way to navigate its iOS app with ARKit and Face ID – TechCrunch Netflix’s internal hackathons have consistently produced fun and often silly hacks, from that “Netflixtendo” hack a few years ago that let you run Netflix on the original NES to the more recent “audiobook …

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Fantasmo pivots to scooter cameras that keep them off sidewalks – TechCrunch

Fantasmo pivots to scooter cameras that keep them off sidewalks – TechCrunch GPS is too inaccurate to tell if a scooter is being driven or parked in off-limits area. But as scooter startups compete for permits from city governments, they need a way to prove their riders play by the …

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