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Dekko is a San Francisco based company developing 3D mapping and augmented reality engine.[clarification needed] Using a built in camera on smart phones or wearable devices (like Google Glass), Dekko's software digitally recreates a scene allowing apps and users to interact with their real world surroundings.
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- Miesnieks, Matt. "With $1.9 Million In Funding, Dekko Aims To Be The Platform On Which Good Augmented Reality Is Built". TechCrunch.
- "Dekko Debuts An Augmented Reality Racing Game Playable From The iPad". TechCrunch.
- "Google Glass - Are You The Killer App?". Forbes.
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