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A collection of news, articles and other featured content about Augmented Reality.

The brand is celebrating the Mexican holiday with an out-of-home campaign centered on a mural that springs to life through augmented reality.

Mountain Hardware launched its first mobile app in June, leveraging augmented reality to help shoppers view the brand’s new line of technical gear at scale and virtually climb inside.

A roundup of technology-driven tools that drive consumer understanding, engagement and conversion on every step of the path to purchase.

The digital native, hair color brand is planning to franchise and aggressively expand its brick-and-mortar Madison Reed Color Bars under a new joint venture with Ann Arbor, MI-based consulting firm Franworth.

7-Eleven is kicking off football season by teaming with Keurig Dr Pepper's Dr Pepper to launch an augmented reality experience within the retailer's mobile application.

PepsiCo’s Mountain Dew gave Walmart an exclusive “Dewnited States Collection” augmented reality experience this summer, continuing a year of heavy focus on the key retail partner that has also included in-game incentives and in-store gaming opportunities.

Path to Purchase IQ’s editors provide a sampling of recent activations that are helping move shoppers along their decision journeys.

CGT looks at emerging technologies that offer unique solutions to consumer goods companies seeking to transform their organizations. This week: AR-driven makeup try-on tool YouCam for Web.

The luxury shoe manufacturer freshened up its mobile app with a tool that lets shoppers to virtually try on Ace sneakers.

CGT looks at emerging technologies that offer unique solutions to consumer goods companies seeking to transform their organizations. This week: AR-enabled self-translating wine labels from Third Aurora.

7-Eleven recently teamed with PepsiCo/Frito-Lay's Cheetos to launch an augmented reality experience within the retailer's mobile application.

L’Oreal’s ModiFace subsidiary has brought virtual try-on technology for lipstick to Amazon, removing a purchase barrier for cosmetics consumers seeking to discover their perfect shade online.

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