Artificial Reality News Saturday, February 10
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- 3 Big Augmented Reality Trends to Watch This Year
- What shifts the wearable AR industry needs to make before consumers jump onboard.
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- How augmented and virtual reality will reshape the food industry
- Augmented reality content can be found on everything from wine bottles to IKEA’s catalog and virtual reality experiences are much more detailed, with rich layers of interactivity from hand controllers to gaze triggers, and a VR film has even won an Oscar. Within the food industry, AR and VR have…
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- 39 Ways AR Can Change The World In The Next Five Years
- Companies like Apple and Google are investing huge amounts of capital into Augmented Reality, or AR . The Pokemon Go craze of July 2016 was a taste of how AR can impact our lives. But will AR really…
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- Why Augmented Reality Is The Next Frontier In B2C Sales
- Augmented Reality isn’t just for Pokemon Go or silly Snapchat masks. Although those two immensely popular things definitely highlight the potential of this vastly underutilized medium, AR is so much…
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- Australian Winery Creates Wine Labels That Use Augmented Reality To Talk To Customers
- As the world begins to wake up to the potential of Augmented Reality, we are starting to see more and more creative applications of this new technology in various industries. One such application…
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- ‘Quill’ Gets Animation Tools to Bring Your VR Paintings to Life
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Tweeted At: Mon Feb 05 20:23:02 +0000 2018
Author: Andrew Medal
- Here are three key trends to follow to know when AR will snowball into the mainstream: – Improving Ergonomics – While smartphone AR applications are exciting for gamers and early adopters, they are not the pinnacle of the new technology.
- Clifford Gross, Ph.D., CEO of Lucyd, an AR and smart glasses company, offered me his input on why ergonomics is holding back AR: “There are already a plethora of AR apps for smartphones and tablets.
- Now that there are clearer applications for smart glasses, the industry needs to make them more seamlessly integrated with the user’s day to day functions.
- AR glasses also need to be able to incorporate corrective lenses to ensure user comfort and personal style preferences.”
- The Reality of AR – Smart glasses can be a mainstream product by as early as next year.
Tweeted At: Fri Feb 09 15:23:36 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2017-12-25T20:30:49+00:00
Author: Jenny Dorsey
- Augmented reality content can be found on everything from wine bottles to IKEA’s catalog and virtual reality experiences are much more detailed, with rich layers of interactivity from hand controllers to gaze triggers, and a VR film has even won an Oscar.
- With Apple and Google both debuting augmented reality platforms (ARKit and ARCore, respectively), Facebook heavily invested in its Oculus headset and Amazon unveiling augmented shopping features, AR and VR is primed to change many parts of our everyday lives.
- Within the food industry, AR and VR have also begun to make headway.
- Three main areas – human resources, customer experiences, food products – have seen the most concentration of AR/VR development so far and will likely continue to push the envelope on what use cases AR & VR have within the industry.
- VR experiences in particular have seen growing traction for use during food & beverage events.
Tweeted At: Wed Feb 07 15:23:32 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-05T20:20:36.173000+00:00
Author: Yitzi Weiner
- Digital Twins Will Help Companies See Problems — and OpportunitiesAccording to Timo Elliott, Innovation Evangelist at SAP, “Digital twin technology which uses detailed virtual 3D models and AR will revolutionize the way companies understand customer needs, continuously improve their products and services, and identify new business models.
- Access to just-in-time information, anytime, anywhere.Michael Martoccia, Immersive Strategist and lead associate for Booz Allen Hamilton, shared these thoughts about how augmented reality (AR) and other immersive technology will change the world:Augmented reality (AR) technologies will give us access to just-in-time information, anytime, anywhere.These technologies will empower people to time…
- AR: The Challenge of Application and ImplementationAR is a technology not only looking for a range of killer applications but also for a killer method of implementation before it can be a ubiquitous part of everyday life.As simple as it may seem a true winner for AR applications could potentially…
- AR’s Change Potential in Payments and Retail“As AR technology crosses the threshold from innovation to maturation, it will shake up customer experience and the retail industry as we know it.
- Yes Augmented Reality will make it possible for niche healthcare professionals such as surgeons to be able to conduct the most complex surgeries in a test environment using AR without any risk on actual patients.
Tweeted At: Sat Feb 10 09:09:28 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-02-10T09:09:28.563000+00:00
- Why Augmented Reality Is The Next Frontier In B2C SalesThe future of shopping.Before smartphones it was computers.
- Before computers it was TV.
- And before TV it was radio.And now, what’s the next step in the evolution of human communication?Augmented Reality isn’t just for Pokemon Go or silly Snapchat masks.
- Although those two immensely popular things definitely highlight the potential of this vastly underutilized medium, AR is so much more than child’s play.Target, the retail giant, has a new app coming out called, “See it in your space.”
- Despite its unwieldy name, the app allows users to see what a given piece of furniture would look like in their living room.Sounds interesting?
Tweeted At: Sat Feb 10 03:15:31 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-02-10T03:15:31.408000+00:00
- Australian Winery Creates Wine Labels That Use Augmented Reality To Talk To CustomersHarry Potter-esque newspapers no longer a thing of theÂ pastAs the world begins to wake up to the potential of Augmented Reality, we are starting to see more and more creative applications of this new technology in various industries.One…
- Currently using a smartphone app, the new technology allows consumers to hold their phones up to the wine label and see photos come to life, Harry Potter-style.
- While little more than a gimmick to sell wine, the implications for this new technology are huge.
Tweeted At: Thu Feb 08 18:40:49 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-02-08T12:59:17+00:00
Author: Foreign Devil
- ‘Quill’ Gets Animation Tools to Bring Your VR Paintings to Life – – ‘Quill’ artwork also coming soon to ‘Facebook Spaces’ – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Quill, Facebook’s VR painting tool, has been a great way to sketch in VR since…
- This video gives a glimpse of the new tools in action: – VIDEO – Facebook says that the in-VR animation tools bring major time savings compared to using a combination of VR and traditional animation software.
- Facebook claims that the company’s VR resident artist, Goro Fujita, was “able to complete his animated short film Beyond the Fence in just three weeks, an undertaking that could have lasted over a year with traditional 3D animation software.”
- Image courtesy Facebook – The company also says they’re working to integrate Quill content with Facebook Spaces, so that artists can share their work, and friends can watch stories together; a sensible move considering Quill is being developed under the umbrella of the Facebook Social VR team after the shuttering of Oculus Story…
- While the tool was originally built by the team at Oculus Story Studio, its ongoing development was formally moved to Facebook’s Social VR team after the Story Studio group was closed down in 2017.