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Augmented reality taking shape for Japanese builders

Computer-enhanced views could save time in proposal, construction stages

An augmented-reality view of a project by builder Obayashi shows how quakeproofing additions would fit into an existing structure.

TOKYO -- Japan's general contractors are working on ways to use augmented reality, which enhances real-world images with digital information, to make construction projects more accurate and efficient to plan.

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