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Sensen Fury is an example of Augmented Reality interacting physical objects or persons in with real-time.

Augmented Reality is real-life modification of an environment through use of technology. More specifically, it is a live direct or indirect view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented (or supplemented) by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data.


Augmented Reality plays a pivotal role in many parts of life in Neo-Paris.[1] Everything from shopping, safety warnings, explanations, store signs, advertisements, personal descriptions, directions, actions, utilities, and combat use some form of augmented reality.


Augmented Reality plays a somewhat odd role in combat. The first instance in which Augmented Reality has a clear offensive use is in Nilin Cartier-Wells's fight with Kid X-Mas. Kid X-Mas made use of a Sensen interactive Augmented Reality landscape that resembled a fighting arena inside of a stadium. Similarly, the Spammer], using Augmented Reality, has a physical effect on its victim's Senwall.[1]

Similarly, the Junk Bolt, created by Headache Tommy, can weaken physical structures outside of of Augmented Reality.[2] It is never explicitly explained how the Junk Bolt is able to affect non-digital physical objects.

As per defensive capabilities, what could be a sort of Augmented Reality, is the C3 shield the Heavy Enforcers, Heavy Prison Enforcers and the Heavy Elite Enforcers.[3][4][5] The C3 Shield seems to run on the same principles as the Spammer, but only activates when someone else hits it instead of it hitting a target.


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