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How AR could change our view of the world

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A small London-based company called String Labs has developed a new augmented reality (AR) engine - which merges both your real-world environment and a virtual one.

After installing an app on an iPhone or iPad users can experience AR at home. In the future this could mean we could walk around our favourite bands as they perform in the comfort of our living room. Spencer Kelly tried it out.

READ MORE: Will augmented reality ever work properly?

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