The Jackson Ledger Dispatch in Amador and Calaveras counties has started using augmented reality, or AR, to link videos and other content to photos and ads in the print newspaper. It’s like “Harry Potter,” the publisher says.
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The small town newspaper in Jackson, Calif., has adopted augmented reality technology similar to that used in the Pokemon Go game. If you hold your phone over the newspaper, pictures and video spring to life.
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