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7 Ways AR and VR Will Change Tech in 2016

Although virtual reality and augmented reality have been part of the Consumer Electronics Show for years, 2016 marks the first time CES has a dedicated augmented reality space (encompassing 5,000 square feet), featuring companies like Sony Electronics, Voke VR, and Infinity AR. Microsoft’s HoloLens won’t be at the show, and it’s still uncertain whether Google will debut Glass 2.0 during its keynote.

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