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Augmented Reality and Sport

Augmented Reality (AR) is where text, pictures and animations are digitally inserted intosomeone’s field of view to enhance their experience of the real world. These digital augmentations can be inserted using AR headsets/glasses but they can also be inserted into mobile apps and integrated into conventional TV broadcasts…

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