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Top Gear presenter James May meets his virtual self


Augmented reality - adding a digital element into the real world - was used in a national museum for the first time, using a TV presenter to get the point across (rather than historical artefacts).

Richard Taylor reported on how the virtual version of the Top Gear presenter had made James May fear for the future of his presenting career.

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