Bose shuts down its augmented reality program
Company cites a lack of demand for Frames smart glasses
Bose has decided to shut down its augmented reality (AR) program, as the technology did not meet expectations for “broad, daily use,” according to a company spokesperson. The company is ending support for third-party developers in mid-July, and several members of its AR team have left.
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