Esquire’s December Issue Attempts “Augmented Reality Reading”

091029-esquire-01 Back in September, Pixels and Policy took a look at the multiple ways augmented reality was creeping into areas as diverse as consumer electronics and space travel.

Now Esquire wants in on the fun, and they've taken augmented reality in an interesting new direction: As a platform for jokes, movie clips, and high-end advertising.

We take a look at the December issue, and why augmented reality might not have a bright future in magazines just yet.

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