An augmented helping hand with gadgets
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A new app uses augmented reality to remotely help people use gadgets.

A new app uses augmented reality to remotely help people to use gadgets, by offering virtual instructions that "stick" to objects. Project Chalk can be used on a typical tablet or smartphone. The BBC's North America technology reporter Dave Lee got help working a coffee machine.

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