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European Geographers European Journal of Geography
We all have them and they are omnipresent in our everyday lives: smartphones and a wide range of applications. Apart from communication and information these powerful devices provide enormous resources for learning in and about our local and global environment. Integrating GPS tools they even link information with spatial patterns and allow us to analyze and understand relations and locations in the context of spaces and places. In this context augmented reality is supposed to be highlyfatcat:uo7543jvprezvfwtgk5pd4uulu