Augmented web

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The Augmented Web is a combination of HTML5, Web Audio, WebGL, and WebRTC that improves the experience of users on existing pages on the web. [1]

The term Augmented Web was first coined by Alex Young in 2011. It was the focus of a Birds of a Feather meeting at ISMAR2012 and is now the focus of the W3C Augmented Web Community Group[2]

Implementation[edit]

Browser support is evolving quickly and can best be monitored using services like Can I Use[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ . "Augmented Web Demos". W3C. Retrieved Dec 15, 2012. 
  2. ^ . "caniuse.com". caniuse.com. Retrieved Dec 15, 2012. 

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