As the virtual- and augmented- reality wars heat up, Apple is making sure it stays competitive with occasional acquisitionsÂ such as AR pioneer Metaio and 3D sensor outfit PrimeSense.
Now it’s adding another company to its quiver, Swiss-based Faceshift, whose motion capture techÂ allows animated avatars to double the facial movements of real actors. The tech was used in the new Star Wars movie, out Dec. 18.
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