Earlier this year British startup Litho revealed its hardware idea for controlling and manipulating digital objects in the real world, an elegant device which sits between your index and middle fingers. Designed for the growing trend in augmented reality (AR) technology, Litho initially began with a carefully selected beta programme for interested developers. Now creatives at the forefront of AR can access the hardware for £199.99 GBP.
Litho is the brainchild of two high-school friends Nat Martin (CEO) and Charlie Bruce (CTO), who wanted to advance spatial computing away from the flat screens of smartphones and into the 3D
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