Exeggcute, a Pokemon, is found by a PokemonGo player Tuesday at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami. The Pokemon Go craze has sent legions of players hiking around cities and battling with 'pocket monsters' on their smartphones. It marks a turning point for augmented reality, or technology that superimposes a digital facade on the real world.
Exeggcute, a Pokemon, is found by a PokemonGo player Tuesday at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami. The Pokemon Go craze has sent legions of players hiking around cities and battling with 'pocket monsters' on their smartphones. It marks a turning point for augmented reality, or technology that superimposes a digital facade on the real world. Aan Diaz Associated Press
Exeggcute, a Pokemon, is found by a PokemonGo player Tuesday at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami. The Pokemon Go craze has sent legions of players hiking around cities and battling with 'pocket monsters' on their smartphones. It marks a turning point for augmented reality, or technology that superimposes a digital facade on the real world. Aan Diaz Associated Press

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