With the amount of tracking and realism being incorporated into our gadgets, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that the world has been teetering on the edge of a full blown AR-explosion for quite some time. So it is not surprising that it was Niantic, riding on the back of its success with Ingress, that finally pushed the world over that AR-edge when it launched Pokémon Go recently. Apart from driving people nuts, what it has also done is increase the count of "under the rock" beginnings on such articles. If you still don't know about Pokémon Go, you were probably hit by a rock instead of being under it, and have been in a coma for the past few weeks. It is basically a game that lets you pretend you are a Pokémon catcher and the world around you has Pokémons that you can catch by swiping imaginary Pokeballs at them. To start with, it is a brilliant concept with a sure shot formula for success. I mean, who wouldn't want to relive their childhood days with a bunch of cute animated creatures?
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