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Transit app uses augmented reality to animate N.Y. subway

Posted on June 12, 2014

NEW YORK CITY — A new iPhone app is using augmented reality and big data to create animated visualizations based on New York's subway system, Mashable reported.

Tunnel Vision, the iOS app, enables users to see which stations are likely to be the most crowded and view where in the system their train theoretically is — simply by pointing their iPhone at a subway map, according to the report.

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