Who-knew-augmented-reality-debuted-in-1968-2

Augmented reality has been in development for many decades before becoming what it is today. It was first introduced in 1968 by Ivan Sutherland. He developed the first head-mounted display system which used computer-generated graphics to show users simple wireframe drawings. However, did you know that the first ever concept of augmented reality was actually discovered in 1901? A man named L. Frank Baum, came up with the idea of an electronic display that places data onto a real-life object. To read more about it, head over to ‘History of AR’ blog post.