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UNC research team lands patent for augmented reality


A team of inventors from UNC-Chapel Hill received a patent for augmented reality technology offering greater alignment between real and synthetic imagery, according to a filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The technology provides low latency for headsets, allowing users to see their actual surroundings while overlaying data. (WRAL Tech Wire)

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