Articles Tagged ‘Augmented reality’

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Snapchat rolls out a Shoppable AR Lens

The new lens allows advertisers to redirect users to shop products, download apps or watch branded videos.

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VR spend on rise, but Canadians sticking with actual reality: study

The country’s spend on all things related to virtual reality and augmented reality will grow more than 500% this year according to a new report, but it still lags behind most global regions.

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Looking into the future: Canada’s upcoming VR and AR spend

According to new numbers from the International Data Corporation, spend will reach $500 million U.S. next year.

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Metro gets augmented

The free daily is adding AR to its editorial pages starting today, with advertising options to follow around May.

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Nissan’s Layar-d campaign

Neal Bouwmeester from the car co’s digital marketing and social media team tells MiC why it partnered with the Toronto Star for today’s special edition of the paper.

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Reader’s Digest Magazines Canada adds Layar

The media co is adding editorial content and advertising opportunities that can be accessed through the augmented reality app.

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Ad-Dispatch curates augmented reality

A new app, iRiS, was created by the tech company to provide consumers with a directory of AR executions that they can interact with.

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The ROM brings dinosaurs to life

Working with Astral, the museum is using augmented reality across Toronto to promote its newest exhibit.

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Teehan+Lax takes AR to next level

The agency is asking media cos for application ideas on its newly created touch technology.

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Notes from the Mediascape: Cadbury skips the QR code

The confectionery co is the first to use Blippar technology, which removes the need for QR codes on smartphones.

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App-etite: Canpages brings the streets to life

CanPages’ multi-platform app features voice-powered search, augmented reality and real-time video.