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Google Glass App Tags Real Objects With Digital Media [Video]

The Taggar app lets wearers mark objects in the real world with videos, captions or even an image.

Leah Gonzalez
Leah Gonzalez on December 12, 2013. @leahgonz

Taggar is an app that allows users to “tag” objects in the real world and attach a caption, image, or a video to them.

The app allows users to check out what other users attached or created on that same object or place — adding a social aspect to the app. When used on Google Glass, it becomes a great way to find things left behind by other users.

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As reported in Quartz, the app is produced with Neurence and backed by British entrepreneur Mike Lynch who said that the technology is still in its early stages.

Taggar is currently available on the Apple app store and will be available soon on Google Play.

Watch the short intro video below.

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Source: Quartz

Images: Taggar

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