Google's augmented reality game is expanding into the world of fiction with the release of a series of e-books.
Yahoo has developed this app that lets you try on the face of any person, animal, or cartoon character, with expressions and movements.
Japan's virtual pop music idol, Hatsune Miku, leads the way for a new Dominos Japan promotion that harnesses the iPhone to give you an augmented reality experience with your meal.
Japanese creative agency Dentsu has come up with a way to allow Japanese children to access grownup newspapers by harnessing the power of augmented reality.
A new augmented reality startup aims to give Google Glass some competition with a device that allows you to control virtual objects with your fingers.
Google's fantasy Glass concept has been made real, and all you have to do is hack your eyeballs.
The time-traveling blue police box known as the Tardis is such a fixture of Doctor Who fandom that building one's own Tardis replica has become increasingly common in recent years. But the interior of the fictional machine, which is bigger than its exterior, has been impossible to duplicate, until now.
Here at DVICE we've followed many an augmented reality trend. We've explored creepy AR dates with Japanese schoolgirls and pop stars and gloves that allow users to manipulate 3D projects. The latest development is an augmented reality in a transparent train window, allowing the user to play with the scenery as they travel.
We all agree that you can do a lot with augmented reality these days. You can have a creepy virtual date, or take part in a fictional conspiracy game. But if you are looking for something just plain cute and clever, we now have Sharky the Beaver, an adorable augmented reality 3D character app for the Sphero orb.
The buzz around Google Glass is that it could revolutionize mobile computing. But how will the company drive the device into the hands of trendsetting early adopters? A new augmented reality game for Android devices could provide a clue.