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New Stanford Research Examines how Augmented Reality Affects People’s Behavior

News   May 23, 2019 | Original story by Stanford University

 
New Stanford Research Examines how Augmented Reality Affects People’s Behavior

The photo shows an actor in place of a research participant and what they experienced during one of the studies. The area inside the dotted line is the field of view of the augmented reality goggles, which shows digital content such as avatar Chris. Credit: Mark Miller and Stanford's Virtual Human Interaction Lab

 
 
 

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