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Google Maps 'AR update' makes sure you'll NEVER walk the wrong way again

Source: thesun.co.uk   ( Top Stories > Uk )

Feb 11, 2019 6:21 AM 1+ week ago

GOOGLE MAPS is rolling out a new feature that makes sure you never walk the wrong way again. It works using augmented reality (or AR) to overlay your exact directions onto the real world around you ? using your smartphone camera. The revolutionary system was first announced at last year's Google I/O tech conference. But [ ]...Read more.

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