AR seems to be used a lot these days to make products more interactive, but may be it’s now used less so in advertising products. Obviously, the fact that a product has AR content can act as a form of advertising in its self i.e. I’ll buy it because I can have more fun with it. This video show the first use of AR in advertising in 2007.
June 29, 2011
World’s first AR advertising
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