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Google kicked things off seven years ago with Glass. It was expensive and limited in what it could do, but it showed us the future.

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Microsoft took the next big step forward with HoloLens, which continues in development.

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In a visit to India, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella called augmented reality the ultimate computer, describing his first experience of using Hololens.

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At the time, Google also launched its phone based AR, and companies like Asus started developing devices like the Asus ZenFone AR.

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Remember Pokemon Go? That's one of the best known AR apps so far. Now imagine playing that same game, but without using a phone!

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Reliance announced its entry into AR in its AGM in July, showcasing a virtual conference, among other things Jio Glass can do.

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Jio Glass is meant for classrooms, and will come with its own selection of apps, to share docs, do video calls, and explore 3D objects.

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Apple is also allegedly developing its own AR glasses. We don't know much about it yet, but we've clearly come a long way since Google Glass in 2013.

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