Mojang's annual Minecon, a gathering for fans of its Minecraft game, was held over the weekend at... Disneyland Paris. While the majority of updates coming out of the event were incremental and aimed at hardcore users, one thing should be of interest to a wider audience.

It's called Minecraft Reality, and it's an iOS augmented reality app that can display 3D Minecraft images in the real world. It costs $2 and is available now.

Announcing Minecraft Reality for iOS [Mojang]