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Data Dive: ARCore Gains Ground

Buried in Google’s recent AR software news was notable nugget: ARCore is now compatible with 1.4 billion devices. What does this mean for Google’s AR play as it retreats from hardware and doubles down on software?
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Is Magic Leap AR’s Comeback Kid?

One of AR’s recent milestones was the return of Magic Leap… this time with an enterprise focus. To maximize impact, this pivot was coupled with a second swing at AR glasses: Magic Leap 2. We break down the strategy.
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How Will AR Glasses Use Cases Develop?

Will AR glasses build on familiar mobile AR experiences? Or will we see new and native use cases that lean into unique hardware capabilities? The answer could be a bit of both. 
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Reverse Engineering Snap’s AR Success

How did Snap reach its industry-leading position in AR? Focusing on simple fun, Snap gained early consumer traction, leading into its next phase of AR growth: a platform. We examine in the latest report excerpt.
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How Can AR Help Homeowners?

Frontdoor uses „see what I see,“ remote guidance to help homeowners to diagnose and fix issues around the house. Could this represent a new flavor of AR that expands its addressable market?
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AR and AI Invade Google I/O

What were the AR and AI highlights at Google I/O, and how do they signal the continued convergence of these technologies? This is the focus of this week’s XR Talks, including out three biggest moments from the show.
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Niantic Finds More Ways to Monetize

Niantic’s Peridot contains a hidden gem in one of its baked-in revenue streams. As the launch partner for Amazon Anywhere, does this demonstrate a revenue stream for AR apps to have custom merch stores?
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AR Glasses: Opportune But Underbaked

AR’s handheld present is a stepping stone to its faceworn future. We’re talking of course about AR glasses. Though haven’t arrived en masse, they represent a fully-actualized AR modality that will unlock its true potential. We examine drivers & dy… AR Insider & Mike Boland

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AR Briefs, Episode 66: Lessons From Snap’s AR Lead

One of AR’s leading revenue categories is immersive brand marketing. And the company leading that charge is Snap. What are strategic lessons its AR lead? We break it down in the latest ARtillery Briefs episode.
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Are App Clips a Better Vessel for AR?

Apple’s App Clips – along with Google’s counterpart Instant Apps – lets users launch app-like experiences without the download. This is broader than AR, but could it emerge as a go-to AR delivery system?
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