It was only a matter of time. Leave it to the Magic of Disney to take what was once the miracle of mixing live action and animation (a la "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," circa 1988), and, by simply leveraging augmented reality, now it's as simple as "there's an app for that." What Disney has done is effectively allowed for the scaled mixing of live action video with their animated characters in an app that allows anyone to create unique videos and place animated Disney characters and objects alongside them within the footage, in real time.
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