with Is working together on “collaborative video calling” and the augmented reality experience in the Facebook application.They are using , A platform from Facebook that provides support for AR experiences across devices and company applications.
Their first AR collaboration was to promote Space Jam: A New Legacy. Using your mobile phone, you can bring Lola Bunny, Daffy Duck and Tweety into your space in the following ways , AT&T’s Instagram profile or Facebook.You can use the front or rear camera to take photos with them or create a video with a customized introduction Bugs BunnyAT&T said that with more vivid graphics and shorter loading times, its 5G network can improve “the performance and reliability of each AR experience.”
The partnership with Facebook is one of a series of 5G collaborations that AT&T will discuss at an event on Wednesday.The provider has partnered with Boingo to bring 5G+ (aka ) Fly to airports throughout the United States, including John F. Kennedy Airport, LaGuardia Airport, Chicago O’Hare Airport, Los Angeles Airport and Denver International Airport. They plan to launch 5G+ at 7 airports this year and at 25 airports by the end of 2022 to reduce network congestion. AT&T recommends that you can use the Internet to quickly download a bunch of TV series before flying. 5G at Tampa International Airport.
AT&T also cooperated with an application called Bookful to provide a 5G-driven AR reading experience, allowing characters in children’s books to jump out of the screen.In addition, it has also collaborated with Warner Bros., Ericsson, Qualcomm, Dreamscape and Wevr to develop a proof-of-concept virtual reality experience called “Harry Potter” Hogwarts chaos.
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