The Future of Augmented Reality Will Be Boring
Barron Webster

Wouldn’t it be nice to take a few pictures of your living room in different light, go to Home Depot, point at a paint swatch, and see what your room will look like in that color? You could also see how that couch you were looking at would fit your decor, or if it would even fit at all. AR would be great in real estate because you wouldn’t have to do expensive staging for empty properties. The agent and prospective buyers could just walk through with AR goggles for an immersive viewing.

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