Augmented Reality Developer Options After Metaio

Today there is no obvious miracle solution to take Metaio’s place. The impact of the company’s change in circumstances on developers clearly demonstrates the overall fragility of the global Augmented Reality ecosystem. It is rather surprising to me that a third of respondents have no viable alternatives to Metaio technology. Rumors of Vuforia’s sale by […]

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Controlling Augmented Reality in the Operating Room: A Surgeon’s Perspective

It is only a matter of time before augmented reality becomes a critical and useful tool in the operating room.  Surgeons will eventually be able to use holographic displays like Microsoft’s Hololens or Google’s Magic Leap for localizing tumors, highlighting specific anatomy, as a way for instructors to help guide trainees, and for other uses […]

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How Caterpillar is developing virtual and augmented reality to design and service heavy equipment (VIDEOS)

In the video below, you can see Johnson give a demonstration of this augmented reality assistant. See more at: http://www.equipmentworld.com/how-caterpillar-is-developing-virtual-and-augmented-reality-to-design-and-service-heavy-equipment-videos/#sthash.iSvoeeHk.dpuf Source: How Caterpillar is developing virtual and augmented reality to design and service heavy equipment (VIDEOS) Share This:

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Moverio Pro BT-2000 – Epson

The new Moverio Pro BT-2000 is a high-end device combining the binocular, hands-free approach of the existing Moverio BT-200 smart glasses with an entirely new and rugged design. It brings a new dimension to commercial environments by allowing workers in various locations to see exactly what their counterparts are seeing, get visual assistance and to […]

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Magic Leap delivers another peek at its augmented reality system

Magic Leap just teased yet another look at its cutting-edge augmented reality system. In one scene, we see a retro-style robot hovering under a desk, while in another scene we see the solar system floating in front of us as a person works in the background. What’s most impressive about the solar system demo is […]

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Star Trek or real life? Wearables and augmented reality in A&D maintenance | MRO Network

Brendan Viggers of IFS discusses the rise of wearable technologies and augmented reality in MRO and how it could impact on the future of the sector . In Aerospace and Defense, maintenance in the field is very different from at the depot or base. The environment is unique, often extreme – movement is rather limited […]

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Microsoft lab working on multiperson augmented reality – CNET

If there was ever a lab project I would want to join, it would be this one! Project Comradre will allow multiple people, each wearing an AR headset, to interact with the same virtual object. Source: Microsoft lab working on multiperson augmented reality – CNET Share This:

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