Augmented reality doesn't need to be confined to your phone screen or a pair of glasses — it can be life-sized.
That's what one company is proving with its massive augmented reality windows that let you view mixed reality without donning a headset or firing up a special app.
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Called DeepFrame, the massive curved displays create life-sized projections that appear as if they are overlaid onto the world around you.
Created by Danish company RealFiction , the displays are surprisingly simple. Each one consists of a single piece of clear 64-inch glass that's made with specially designed optics that are able to reflect an image that's projected from a normal display, like a television or monitor. Read more... More about Tech , Gadgets , Ces , Augmented Reality , and Ces 2018