NTT's Visual SyncAR brings augmented reality to video, spices up the second screen (video)

NTT's Visual SyncAR brings augmented reality to video, spices up the second screen (video)

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New The second screen has largely asked that you take your eyes away from the action, even if that is to play along in real-time. Visual SyncAR, however, brings that tablet or mobile right back into the thick of things. Developed by Japan's NTT, the platform uses digital watermarksg that...
NTT's Visual SyncAR brings augmented reality to video, spices up the second screen (video)
                           

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