While the long-awaited HoloLens 2 officially arrived this week, details leaked about another, arguably longer-awaited AR headset, the fabled wearable from Apple, and a previously undisclosed partner assisting the Cupertino-based company with the hardware.

On the development front, Niantic put a timeline on the launch of its AR cloud platform for game developers, the Niantic Real World Platform, and Adobe launched its Aero authoring tools as an iOS app.

Meanwhile, just as Facebook installs a ban on plastic surgery AR camera effects built via Spark AR, NR30 alumnus Tom Emrich explores how AR… more


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