OAK is a customizable AR interface that lets you turn any flat space into an immersive experience

Augmented reality (AR) is moving a lot more quickly in the world than its more advanced brother virtual reality. AR has entered the tech world in a variety of ways. It’s been used in commerce to promote products and make them look more desirable. It’s also been used in applications like Google Earth to help with navigation and other useful tasks. However useful these applications may be, it’s arguably found its biggest niche in the gaming sector. Inspired by the surge in popularity of Pokémon Go app and others like it, we’re now seeing a new form of mobile augmented reality in the form of Oak.

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