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  • Snapchat is developing AR hardware
  • Snapchat is developing AR hardware
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Snapchat is developing AR hardware

From the ubiquitous puppy filter to the flattering flower crown, Snapchat has allowed us all to become early adopters of augmented reality. Now, it seems the platform is seeking to move into hardware, joining the Bluetooth Special Interest Group ahead of the supposed launch of a pair of AR goggles.

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