It's Mark Zuckerberg's augmented reality world. Do you want to live in it?
The Facebook CEO spelled out his vision for augmented reality at his company's F8 developer conference on Tuesday. It won't require fancy glasses or new tech -- it starts with the camera in your phone. He sees a vision where we look at everyday objects and information pops up on it. But for now, it'll start with cheesy filters like you see with Snapchat.
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Do you want to live in Facebook's AR world? (The 3:59, Ep. 213)