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(esp. of television) portraying or alleging to portray events as they actually happened.
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Summary: Washington [USA], August 30 (ANI): Microsoft's augmented reality-based Minecraft Earth is now available for Android users in beta.
However, I can empathise with Paul's statement since my wife and I rarely watch the TV any more since, as Paul says, there are far too many reality-based programmes being shown on it.
WiMi offers augmented reality-based holographic services and products, with focus on providing an innovative, immersive and interactive holographic augmented reality experience for customer and end users.
In the 3rd kiddie edition of the ABS-CBN reality-based singing competition aired in 2016, the Megastar was one of the coaches and she even brought Antonette Tismo to the grand finals.
Spartanburg Community College instructors can now easily transfer their teaching and experiential knowledge to students via the latest augmented reality/mixed reality and reality-based classroom technologies.
The false Palestinian Arab narrative that has driven the peace process and world opinion for fifty years will be severely undermined and replaced with a reality-based process and history starting with the Palestine Mandate.
While in Wisconsin, Secretary DeVos also visited Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton to observe first-hand how its Public Safety Training Center is merging classroom lessons with reality-based, hands-on training (media advisory ( and news article (
Bernal is a one of the most successful products of Kapuso network's reality-based artista search 'Starstruck' in its fourth season.
'We need to take reality-based coordinated planning and initiatives to mitigate the problems,' he added.
PESHAWAR -- The Khyber Medical University (KMU), Peshawar, in a joint venture with MCORPUS-SPRL, a Belgium-based company, has initiated its pilot project on mixed reality-based holograms of human body in learning and teaching in collaboration with the North-West School of Medicine and Khyber Girls Medical College, Peshawar.
In this regard, the Khyber Medical University (KMU) has entered into a joint venture with MCORPUS-SPRL (a Belgium-based company) to launch a pilot project of mixed reality-based holograms of the human body in learning and teaching.