Welcome back to Season 2 of the In Reality podcast, which covers all things Augmented & Virtual Reality. In Reality features industry news, commentary, and perspective from AR/VR veterans and experts.
In Reality is co-hosted by Marxent’s Joe Johnson and Joe Bardi. Johnson is the Creative Director at Marxent, and has been in the AR/VR industry for 6 years following a stint on Microsoft’s Office UX team. Bardi is Marxent’s Senior Content Strategist, and has been in the industry for 2 years, after having spent more than a decade in print and TV media.
This week, we’re casting our gaze upon Augmented Reality smart glasses. Chip-maker Intel made headlines when it recently canceled its planned AR spectacles. Meanwhile, another household name is jumping into the AR market with their own proposed hardware solution — and it comes with a twist. PLUS: Can you tell a real AR app description from a fake one? Let’s find out …
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