Stanford Research Explores How AR Can Affect Human Behavior

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Examining how AR experiences can change the way people interact with the real world.

In a new study conducted by Standford Universities School of Humanities and Sciences, researchers discovered that simulated augmented reality experiences have a direct effect on human behavior within the real world, even after the AR device was removed.

“We’ve discovered that using augmented reality technology can change where you walk, how you turn your head, how well you do on tasks, and how you connect socially with other physical people in the room,” states Bailenson, co-author of the paper alongside graduate students and lead authors Mark

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