The first time I got my hands on the AR glasses worn by the cast of “The Hobbit” (or whatever the hell that movie is) and my eyes widened with anticipation, my reaction was a little different than my wife’s.
I’m a geek, after all, and I wanted to play a game that could use my eyes.
I had to go through some sort of process of trial and error, of finding the right glasses for me, and ultimately buying the one I was looking for.
I couldn’t have done that without some sort the app that let me control the camera in my AR headset.
It took a while, but after a while I finally found the app I was searching for: a free app called Lens, which lets you use your phone as an AR camera.
This app is so free, in fact, that it was actually available for free for the first time last week, and it was free for a limited time.
The only catch is that the app only works on phones that are running Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher.
I tried it out on a Galaxy S5 and it worked perfectly, so the only thing left to do was make sure I had the right version.
After some trial and errors, I found the right app for me.
I then went to the Lens website and downloaded the software.
I was greeted by an interface that looked almost identical to the one on my iPhone or iPad, except for the fact that there were three buttons in the top right corner of the screen: a forward, a back, and a forward-back toggle.
Each button on the device has a corresponding icon that I had no idea what to do with, but I soon figured out what the back button on my phone represented: a button that was supposed to turn the phone into a camera app.
The first thing I did was open the app.
I got a screen that showed me all of my available camera settings: the focal length, aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and so on.
I also saw the camera app that Lens uses: it was a photo editing app that allowed me to select which images I wanted saved for later.
I clicked on the photo to begin editing it, and the app showed me the images that were currently open on my camera.
The camera app was very easy to use, but it took a bit of getting used to.
It wasn’t that hard to understand at first, and you’ll soon realize that it’s not the easiest thing to do, but you have to be careful.
I wasn’t sure exactly what the app would do, so I did some research.
I could either shoot an image, or select an image in the app and then use a magnifying glass to zoom in and take a closer look.
I decided to click on the image in order to see the full size version.
The photo on my device was obviously not that large.
It looked blurry, and with a magnification of about 3,000, the image appeared very grainy.
I chose to zoom out and try again.
I zoomed in on the area around the camera, and then zoomed out on the whole image.
I didn’t really get the full picture of what I was seeing, but at least I had a close look.
The problem was, the camera took a photo every time it took an image.
It wouldn’t take a second to take another photo, so every time I took an active picture it would take a new one every time.
At first, I thought maybe I was having a problem with the app, but when I got to the bottom of the page it was clear that Lens was causing the problem.
If I was going to try and capture a photo, I had better get a better image quality.
I found that it would save a lot of time and money by not taking a photo each time I used the app to capture an image: if I took a few photos, I could save a little bit of time.
I would save money by saving time by not capturing any of the photos I didn´t want.
So I took my time and waited for the app on my mobile device to do something else, like take a photo of my house, my cat, or something.
The app wouldn´t take a picture, and if it was taking a picture the app had to take a few more pictures before it could save them to my phone.
The more I waited, the more frustrated I got with the way the app was behaving.
I wanted the app’s camera to do more than just take a shot of the area I was in.
I needed the app so I could actually capture photos of my cats.
I’d done some research on how cats can take good photos, so when the app started taking a series of photos of me, I was a bit upset.
I wondered if my cat had accidentally scratched my glasses while I was using the app?
If my cat could