Augmented And Virtual Reality To Hit $150 Billion, Disrupting Mobile By 2020. Editor’s note: Tim Merel is the managing director of Digi-Capital.
Virtual reality and augmented reality are exciting – Google Glass coming and going, Facebook’s $2 billion for Oculus, Google’s $542 million into Magic Leap, not to mention Microsoft’s HoloLens. There are amazing early-stage platforms and apps, but VR/AR in 2015 feels a bit like the smartphone market before the iPhone. We’re waiting for someone to say “One more thing…” in a way that has everyone thinking “so that’s where the market’s going!” A pure quantitative analysis of the VR/AR market today is challenging, because there’s not much of a track record to analyze yet. We’ll discuss methodology below, but this analysis is based on how VR/AR could grow new markets and cannibalize existing ones after the market really gets going next year. AR is from Mars, VR is from Venus VR and AR headsets both provide stereo 3D high-definition video and audio, but there’s a big difference.
How To Use Augmented Reality In Education. When you were a kid, did you watch RoboCop and totally love the heads-up display?
What about the fascinating visuals in Minority Report or Iron Man? In augmented reality, we see better versions of ourselves. The small hotel room I’m in barely holds two people, never mind six, but I am close quarter chatting with a bevy of Meta employees dying to prove why its implementation of AR is better.
Not just better than every other company in this space, but better in an ontological sense of the word. Two years ago, Meta, headed by former IDF technician Meron Gribetz, nearly doubled its $100,000 Kickstarter goal by promising “the most advanced augmented reality glasses on the market.” It took fifteen months for that product, with countless nips and tucks, to ship to backers under the name Meta 1 Developer Kit, but the results are astounding. Meta doesn’t make a virtual reality headset, that’s first. Meta 1 projects a small screen in front of the wearer’s eyes, a translucent incumbrance that, without obscuring the objects behind it, conveys a sense of space within space.
Smart glasses in space! NASA to test augmented reality. It's hard to call the IT department in space.
That is why NASA is experimenting with augmented reality glasses. The glasses use similar technology to that used in Google Glass, but instead of driving directions to the nearest Dairy Queen, astronauts could get step-by-step instructions on how to fix parts on the International Space Station displayed right in front of their eyes. NASA is teaming up with the Osterhout Design Group, which also makes glasses for workers in the military, aerospace and other industries. The company's R-6 Smart Glasses feature a gyroscope, altitude sensor, a camera and Bluetooth connectivity. Microsoft is releasing something similar with its HoloLens, which it says "seamlessly blends high-definition holograms with your real world. " While not mentioned by NASA, plenty of companies are using augmented reality to create video games, so hopefully the astronauts of tomorrow can play "Asteroids" while orbiting the Earth. Five Ways Augmented Reality Creates Engaging Customer Experiences.
Augmented reality: The future of business? Imagine sitting at home on your tablet looking for a new coffee table for the front room.
You open an app, choose the piece of furniture you like, and place it in the room to see how it looks - all on your tablet. This is augmented reality (AR). Once the stuff of Hollywood movies, businesses from every sector are betting big on the technology to boost sales and productivity. Augmented reality is when digital images are superimposed on to the real world, often through a headset, and an increasing number of businesses are seeing the need to use it. "We have loads of enterprise customers who have ordered them. Optinvent's $949 device is aimed at the enterprise market. Airbus poised to incorporate interactive windows on passenger planes. 02 April 2015 Airbus has filed a patent for an interactive aircraft cabin window display, indicating that the French aviation giant may display content, that can be controlled by passengers, on aeroplane windows in the future.
The patent application covers interaction by touch or eye-tracking cameras and suggests the display could be used to represent "an environment outside the aircraft cabin window". The US Patent was filed on March 18, 2015 and opens up the possibility that passengers could access information about a view from an aircraft using an augmented reality application. Presumably aircraft windows would have to get a lot larger to make use of this technology, which opens up a host of safety and cost issues, indicating that Airbus probably has its sights set more on publicity than a tangible development with this latest patent application.
More information... View Patent Application Contact Details and Archive... Airbus. How Reality-Altering Glasses Could Save the Postal Service Millions - Tech. Energiency Augmented, 1st big data and augmented reality app for energy management in industry 4.0. Energiency launches the 1st augmented reality and big data application for energy management!
French editor Energiency unveiled exclusively at CFIA 2015 (World Food Industry Exhibition In Rennes, France) its new application Energiency Augmented, that lets the visitor embody an operator manufacturing sterilized dairy products on multiple machines using as little energy as possible. The technology uses an Internet of Things (IoT) platform to connect sensors to Energiency big data calculation engine in order to process real-time information. Atheer's SmartGlasses: Augmented Reality You Can Touch. This article has been tagged with these categories: Written by SPAR Point Group staff There are a number of see-through augmented reality solutions on the market, but Mountain View-based company Atheer says their SmartGlasses are "the industry's only mobile, gesture-controlled see-through smart glasses.
" Mobile Augmented Reality games to reach 420m downloads per annum by 2019, finds Juniper Research - M2M Now - News and expert opinions on the M2M industry, machine to machine magazine. 2nd European Augmented Reality Marketing Conference And AR Business Ex. The Potential of Augmented Reality - Barcinno. The word “Smart” is all around.
Whether we refer to Smart Cities, Smart Factories or Smart Health Systems, it is clear that smart technologies are knocking more and more on our door. The promise: connectivity, efficiency and more information. The big trends zooming around the “Smart” concept are Internet of Things (Iot) and Big Data. Just have a look at the events in the innovation and startup ecosystem of Barcelona and it´s apparent that nobody wants to miss this opportunity.
But there are more promising technologies, in which both trends can be combined. View topic - Is Traditional (Print) Media dying? Anjana Kamat wrote:Print is eveolving, not dying.
As people het more and more sucked into their 'smartphones', it will be no longer cool to be connected. Then the real hipsters will use print again. Yes, What you said is right, but in this digital age, the business can happens in fraction of seconds, if the Advertisers wouldn't be care about their market the competitors captured it, in return no returns, instead losses. Due to that the Digital Market evolves like any other else and the earnings also could be like that. Though, there has a space between the offline ads and online ads, with the scope of AR,Augmented Reality, the advertisers dream comes true and able to target their audience from the two mediums such as online and offline!! Normal Prints stands for static Online Ads goes to connect with Online UsersWhere as to connect the both, Augmented Reality print Ads!! Window to the World - Augmented Blog. Clever App Reveals a Snapshot of Your Location—In the Past. The makers of the augmented reality app Pivot want to create a time portal—on your phone.
The app aims to bring glimpses of history to your smartphone screen, using images tied to wherever you happen to be. Users receive notifications when they’re near a “pivot” point; raising the phone brings up an image of that place as it appeared from that vantage point decades ago. For creators Asma Jaber and her fiancée Sami Jitan, the inspiration for the project was personal: “I wanted to create a way to let people see what my father’s village looked like in the past,” Jaber says. Is Augmented Reality The Next Tech Revolution? A number of companies are in various stages of developing augmented reality tech.
But are the claims and demo videos that have already been released too good to be true? Will the visions of startups like MagicLeap become a reality, or do they simply offer an illusion of something better than modest reality underneath? If the future of virtual and augmented reality technologies plays out the way the companies behind them hope it will, then one day your laptop, your smartphone, and your television could be replaced by devices that overlay virtual apps and experiences on your surroundings or create immersive experiences that let you experience an entirely different world in your living room. Augmented reality gets to work—and gets past the “Glassholes” Augmented reality (AR) is a technology that has been on the cusp of becoming the next big thing for over 20 years.
But the technology—the projection of data or digital imagery over real-world objects—has largely remained the stuff of fighter cockpits at the high end and of mobile games and art projects on the low. The promise of Google Glass—real augmented reality for the masses—failed to materialize. That doesn't mean the technology won't fly at all. While many organizations experimented with Glass, other devices already in the hands—and on the heads—of companies and software developers have been pushing forward augmented reality in multiple industries. Augmented realities and uneven geographies: exploring the geolinguistic contours of the web - Zunia.org. Apple Watch Meets HoloLens: AR Watch Uses Augmented Reality To Let You Wear The iWatch At Home.
The Apple Watch release date will arrive April 24 but that shouldn’t stop you from donning the wearable yourself. We still may be a month away from the launch of the mythical Apple Watch but you can still try on Apple’s watch from home. No, not from the app they installed on your phone -- though that would make sense and it should -- but from a new app called ARWatch. Unlike many apps on the iPhone, ARWatch is sideloaded onto your device and installed via trusting the developer -- much like GBA4iOS back in the day.
The Pitch: Aireal to monetize digital airspace for interactive experiences anywhere - Dallas Business Journal. Airreal's platform gives companies and users the ability to create augmented reality experiences that help connect the digital and physical worlds. In other words, Angry Birds could appear as though they are right in front of users based on a specific location in Dallas. A Coppell-based startup has found a way to maximize the use of digital airspace, creating a platform that gives users an augmented reality experience based on their geographic location. Aireal is marketing its platform, which took two years to build, to anyone who wants to build augmented reality experiences that can be anchored to specific longitudes, latitudes and altitudes.
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Augmented Reality Can Help Children With Autism Tap Into Their Imaginations. By MONICA ROZENFELD 1 April 2015. New software will give drone pilots augmented reality vision. French drone manufacturer Sysveo has announced that it is developing a unique, software-based visualization system for UAVs that will provide pilots an augmented reality view -- specifically, a 3D image -- atop the existing video feed. The pilot simply has to navigate the drone to a specific GPS location for the AR image to appear.
"Architects could easily use this for creating a real-time simulation of the building they designed, and see it on the ground," Sysveo CEO Clement Alaguillaume told Motherboard. "And they could take real-time decisions without going back to their office, as they could make as many simulations as they want with the drone. " How Will Augmented Reality Transform Your Job? The Future of Augmented Reality is in our Hands with Haptics & Touch Screens. There are two questions that I’m often asked: ‘What’s in store for the future of AR?’ And ‘What would you like to see in the future of e-books and tablets?’
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