Intel integrates AR on its chips, partnering with Layar
Intel made a deal with the Dutch startup, Layar, to give access to their technology, so Intel could stick AR tech to its chips.
The augmented reality technology overlays graphics and text on real objects and images, and allows a hybrid image to be seen on a smartphone, PC or tablet's screens.
The Dutch company states that the deal means that they could talk about business products and models.
The Layar's software has been downloaded over 20 million times and that makes it the world's most used augmented reality app.
As Qualcomm has opened its platform for software developers and bought AR assets, ARM is also adding augmented reality features, Intel has to move faster.