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Here’s what augmented reality can do for your city’s skyline

Brooklyn app developer Brian August is using AR to show what a Seattle skyscraper will *feel* like.

Before it was just a piece of paper. Then it was a building popping out of a desk.

Augmented reality will be the next generation of architectural renderings. If you don’t believe us, check out the work of Downtown Brooklyn’s Brian August.

The developer, who earned some fame six years ago for his early augmented reality art project 110 Stories, is now at work building AR apps for developers eager to show off proposed and in-progress buildings. The apps feature augmented reality, 360 drone photography and video. One of the apps that’s already out is called The Mark, for a 44-story building currently being built in Seattle.

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