Microsoft patent application details head-mounted display used to augment live events

Microsoft patent application details head-mounted display used to augment live events

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It's no secret that Microsoft has been experimenting plenty with wearable computing and augmented reality -- just take a look at some of Microsoft Research's projects -- but a patent application published today has offered a peek at one possible AR application the company has yet to demonstrate. While...
Microsoft patent application details head-mounted display used to augment live events
                   

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