Qualcomm wants to create an augmented reality game Studio

This reality urgently needs augmenting

CHIP DESIGNER Qualcomm has joined forces with the Georgia Institute of Technology to establish an augmented reality game studio.

The idea is to pioneer advancements in mobile gaming and interactive media. It will be located on Georgia Tech's campus in Atlanta and use Qualcomm's augmented reality platform and related graphics technologies to produce augmented reality concepts and prototypes.

Matt Grob, SVP of engineering and head of corporate research and development at Qualcomm said that Georgia Tech is at the forefront of augmented reality ideas and has been researching ways to enhance a user's senses by creating interactive computing environments.


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