Swipe: Virtual racing gets real & how AR ‘Zapping’ affects our brains

Swipe: Virtual racing gets real & how AR 'Zapping' affects our brains
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Have you ever dreamed of becoming the next Lewis Hamilton? Reporter Angela Barnes has found a surprising way in to motor racing that begins on your sofa.

Meanwhile, Swipe’s Gemma Evans is at the creative studio belonging to Zappar – an augmented reality software platform that specialises in making everyday items jump out at you.

And games reviewer Gav Murphy brings us three new titles worth playing this weekend: Homo Machina, Brew Town and Raging Justice.

See Swipe on Sky News at these times: Saturday at 10.30am, 2.30 & 4.30pm, Sunday at 11.30am, 2.30 & 4.30pm – or watch it on mobile, Catch Up, Sky Q & skynews.com.

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