With the success of mobile phone video game Pokémon Go, it's not hard to guess that other software developers would try to create something else like it.
In Taiwan, someone has.
Pokémon Go works on a technology called augented reality. Unlike virtual reality, the setup often known by its acronym AR does not replace the real environment.
This technology -- in existence for 80 years but popularized only recently because of smartphone use -- instead uses computer-generated sensory input to add elements of fiction into a true environment. It's also normally 3D and interactive. 查看更多