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Hero Vision

Hasbro's Marvel Avengers: Infinity War Hero Vision Iron Man AR Experience lets you suit up like Iron Man both in real life and using augmented reality.

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What you wear

You place a phone inside the Iron Man mask, which has a camera that reads AR markers on the wearable gauntlet in the play area.

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The set

The set includes the Iron Man mask, AR goggles that go inside the mask, the gauntlet, three AR markers and an Infinity Stone token.

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Goggles

An iPhone or Android phone goes inside these goggles first. Hasbro advises that phones the size of the iPhone 6 Plus or larger might not fit.

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The mask

The goggles then are inserted inside the Iron Man mask.

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AR markers

The three AR markers can be placed anywhere in the play area. When the phone's camera sees them, Thanos and his armies will appear.

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Thanos

Thanos, who will be starring in "Avengers: Infinity War" as the big bad villain, appears inside the game above an AR marker.

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Thanos' army

You will battle Thanos' army, and while playing your arm will look like it's wearing the full Iron Man suit.

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Gauntlet with Infinity Stone

The game creates that Iron Man suit effect when it sees your hand is wearing this gauntlet, which has little AR markers of its own.

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Fire away

To shoot your enemies, you push out your hand with the palm facing out.

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Defense

To defend, place your arm with the palm facing the camera.

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AR marker on the palm

When defending, your phone's camera will scan this marker and show you Iron Man's hand on the screen.

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Coming out in spring 2018

Hero Vision will sell for $50 (roughly converting to £35, AU$65) and will be available this spring. Click through for more photos of us playing with the set.

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Shooting a drone.

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Aiming at an enemy higher up.

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