The Augmented Reality Risk Most Building Owners Aren’t Ready For
Pokémon Go uses GPS and augmented reality to locate, capture, and battle virtual creatures that appear in a player’s real-world locations. It quickly became a sensation when it hit the market in 2016, with more than 500 million users downloading it that year. The game has attracted controversy for contributing to accidents and creating public nuisances. Some countries even regulate the use of Pokémon Go. The company settled a class-action lawsuit. The game had grossed more than $6 billion.