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Minimalist Augmented Reality

Minimalist Augmented Reality
Design & Architecture
Dan Gould
  • 28 january 2009

Augmented reality is usually thought of as a complex, computer enabled technology, but it doesn’t have to be. Nokia researcher Jan Chipchase has noticed a pure reality augmenting interface in a Japanese text book. By placing the red filter over the page, the answers, printed in red ink are hidden.

[via Future Perfect]

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