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It's early days for AR on social media, but its marketing potential is clear
Does Apple's pivot to AR make it the next big thing?
The luxury vehicle manufacturer is piloting a 3-D augmented reality experience that enables customers to interact with its i3 and i8 vehicles through Tango-powered mobile devices.
The future of VR, AR is still a little ways off
Most people are hyping the wrong thing
How technology is changing the way people shop, and the way retailers market.
The best examples of how retail companies use AR
Arun Pattabhiraman of InMobi talks about mobile VR opportunities, retaining lifetime value customers, and the continuing challenges of attribution
The world is quite ready for the AR revolution and other points
The viral sensation is a big deal for AR and gaming, and could even change the way businesses monetize mobile data.
The fun ways we'll describe our new future of VR, AR, chatbots, AI, and use of social media
The holidays themselves are a form of augmented reality, so the Postal Service's new AR app should fit right in.
The Beeb turns to integrated marketing to update its image and make an impression on media buyers and advertisers.
Innovative advertising? The fast-food chain is lovin' it.
5 ways to blend direct mail and digital that add flair—and effectiveness—to any campaign.
Clearly there's mad money to be made in the augmented reality space—but AR for AR's sake won't get you anywhere.
Emotional response is the key to closing big equipment sales. That's the reality, says Gavin Finn... well, the augmented reality.
The company infuses print with digital to create a harmonizing ad experience.
Thanks in part to the ever-increasing popularity of smartphones and tablets, augmented reality's time has finally come.
The global hotel chain and cable network use augmented reality to target families.
For the past two years IKEA has been on a mission to take its catalog from the coffee table to the tablet with an engaging interactive app.
Austin Bone reveals how to turn augmented reality photos into user-generated native ads.
Direct Marketing News met recently with Jay Wright in hopes of learning all that Qualcomm has in store for mobile marketers.
Observations from around the Twitter-sphere.
Elizabeth Arden began using augmented reality in spring 2012 to support singer Taylor Swift's Wonderstruck perfume.
HarperCollins teamed with Dentsu to launch a mobile Quick Response code campaign that drove in-store activity and online engagement.
The clandestine Google X Labs is reportedly planning the release of some augmented reality glasses that will knock your figurative socks off.
Popcorn brand Orville Redenbacher's launched a Facebook game on Dec. 28 that features augmented reality. The brand worked with its digital agency of record, Possible Worldwide, on the game.
Bloomingdale's is betting that consumers will find taking a photo with a Playboy bunny more exciting than filling out a printed sweepstakes entry in a store. It is one of the latest brands to use augmented reality to spice up a contest.
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