Crazy Egg - Visualize where your visitors click Over 200,000 businesses Convert Better with Crazy Egg, The Original Heatmapping Technology A heatmap is an easy way to understand what users want, care about and do on your site by visually representing their clicks - which are the strongest indicators of visitor motivation and desire. A Crazy Egg heatmap lets you collect more than 88% of the data you would using a traditional eye-tracking process. The augmented-reality future of medicine Augmented reality is still a relatively new and unknown technology. People scoff at Google Glass face computers on the street while the device is being used by doctors as both a diagnostic tool and a way to train medical students. The hardware and software that bends reality is expected to become a part of our everyday life. But when?
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Jan 26, 2015: DHL successfully tests Augmented Reality application in warehouse The pilot's objective was to gain insights on the technology's benefits and limitations. For three weeks, warehouse staff in Bergen op Zoom was equipped with head mounted displays such as Google Glass and VuzixM100. The displays showed the respective task information during the picking process, including aisle, product location and quantity. Overall, 10 order pickers used the equipment and picked more than 20,000 items, fulfilling 9,000 orders within the given time frame. As a result, staff was able to operate much faster and error free. Currently DHL and Ricoh are jointly evaluating the roll-out of the solution.
InsideMaps Uses 3D Home Models Captured In Minutes To Build The Future Of Furniture Buying The InsideMaps team, which is launching its app today on the Disrupt SF 2013 stage, is applying 3D mapping and capture technology to an interesting problem: How do you visualize furniture purchases in your home before you buy them? According to InsideMaps, you do it by using your smartphone to scan the inside of your home, allowing them to create a 3D model in the cloud that you can then place virtual bits of furniture inside to see how it fits. This may not seem like an earth shaker, and let’s be honest it is not. But as the son of an interior designer and fine finishes guy who worked in the trade every summer, I can appreciate it as a deceptively useful tool for some folks. Specifically, says CEO George Bolanos, there are a few segments that InsideMaps is aiming at: end-user customers, interior decorators and real estate agents. Balanos is the founder of Wanadu, a web conferencing company that was acquired by Cisco’s Latitude.
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Augmented Reality Is For Real In The Enterprise Google Glass got the hype, but a system used by Lockheed Martin shows how augmented reality will charge ahead in the enterprise. Google Glass is gone for now, but augmented reality is far from dead. Companies have embraced augmented reality to help with specific tasks such as maintenance and inspections, and it seems that enterprise uses are set to keep growing. At the recent CES 2015, augmented reality (and its cousin, virtual reality) were on display across the expo halls. The large Oculus booth had with one of the longest lines I saw all show, with people eager to try the Oculus Rift headset experience. But there were also smaller "partner" tables in hardware vendor booths, where application developers were eager to show what users might do -- are doing -- with the right pair of heads-up display glasses or goggles.
Spotzot, The Startup Powering Deal Targeting For Apps Like Shopkick & ShopSavvy, Raises $2.2 Million Spotzot, the platform that powers deal targeting for shopping applications and web sites, today announced that it has closed $2.2 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Cervin Ventures, Inventus Capital Partners and TiE-Silicon Valley Angels. So what is Spotzot? Simply put, the startup enables brands and retailers to reach new customers by way of promotions and coupons that are displayed across a growing network of shopping apps and sites, which include ShopSavvy, Shopkick, CardStar, and Geodelic — to name a few. The startup searches thousands of sources each day for both in-store and online promotions that are valid at over 400,000 merchant locations; it then organizes and categorizes those deals and delivers them through free publisher APIs to power things like loyalty programs, comparison shopping, and local checkins. And, for advertisers, this enables them to engage customers with contextually relevant content, i.e. promotions, ads, or offers.
Problem loading page Augmented reality has long sounded like a wild futuristic concept, but the technology has actually been around for years. It becomes more robust and seamless with each passing decade, providing an astonishing means of superimposing computer-generated images atop a user’s view of reality, thus creating a composite view rooted in both real and virtual worlds. Although AR apps run the gamut, from interactive map overlays and virtual showrooms to massive multiplayer skirmishes, each piece of software hones in on smartphone GPS and camera functionality to create a more immersive experience. The available selection of augmented reality apps is diverse, encompassing both premium and freemium offerings from a variety of big and no-name developers, but sometimes choosing which apps are worth your smartphone or tablet’s precious memory is tougher than using the apps themselves.
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Metaio’s Augmented City Demo May Answer The Question Of AR’s Utility Augmented Reality veterans Metaio are announcing some more details about their upcoming insideAR conference scheduled to take place in Munich, Germany on September 26 – 27. While the speaker list for the event has been available since July, the greater theme for the conference is being updated via press release today. That theme is: “From a Vision to a Roadmap”. To help illustrate this thematic announcement, Metaio have release a video that shows a small scale demo of their vision for the “Augmented City”.