With barely a whisper of augmented reality during the first day of its developer’s conference, Samsung came out swinging on day two with the introduction of its version of the AR cloud and a partnership with Wacom that turns Samsung’s S-Pen into an augmented reality magic wand.

During the Spotlight Session on Thursday, Wacom president and CEO Nobutaka Ide took the stage to show off Wacom Ink Layer Language, or WILL 3.0. The SDK gives apps “semantic understanding” and depth perception through the mobile device’s camera view, allowing users to not only draw on the real world but also insert 3D… more


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