Google and its video game studio, Niantic Labs, are adding another layer to their augmented reality app, Ingress, by bringing it to TV, The Information reports. In Ingress, players travel -- in physical reality -- to marked locations called "portals," and they hack and defend those positions using iOS and Andriod devices, including Android Wear. Show More Summary
We Are Royale links calendar to smart phones for an enhanced calendar experience
TetraBIN gamifies eco-conscious behavior
Ever wondered what your favorite movies and shows would be like if the characters had iPhones? The work of French photographer François Dourlen sort of touches on that subject, but with a subversive, whimsical twist that sees characters like Die … Read more ›
Google's multi-million dollar investment in augmented reality startup Magic Leap appears to be paying off if this demo reel is any indication. In it, the fledgling AR firm shows off what a year and half a billion dollars can accomplish. Show More Summary
Mobile tech, Internet of things, cloud delivers info to workers' fingers, eyeballs.
Some people just want to watch the world burn. Others want to spread peace, joy and mustaches. [Joe Grand] falls into the latter group this time around. His latest creation is Mustache Mayhem, a hack, video game, and art project all rolled into one. Show More Summary
Why didn't Apple release this augmented reality gem themselves? Not entirely sure how the Apple Watch would look on your wrist? A new augmented reality app called ARWatch allows you to put a virtual version of the smartwatch on your wrist and play around with it. Show More Summary
I just love the fake cartoon reality that augmented reality artist Marty Cooper creates within our world because his character drawings pack so much personality that I just want them to be real. Here he is with part three in his Aug(de)mented Reality series, which splices crazy cute monster drawings into normal situations of real life. More »
An amazing video has been circulating since late last week claiming to show a new augmented-reality product by Magic Leap. The “cinematic reality” company raised $542 million in October from Google corporate and others to take a stab at replacing all of the world's screens with some sort of virtual reality blend. Show More Summary
With a “life-size,” 164-foot Colossal Titan unlikely, one fan has created a standing -- and dancing -- version via augmented reality.
The 2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is rumored to get the option of a quad-turbo, inline-six-cylinder diesel with more than 400 horsepower. It will also be lighter, the coupe and convertible will be larger, and it enables phone-controlled self-parking. Show More Summary
Consumers who are still unsure of how the Apple Watch will look on their wrist can now get a better idea using nothing but their iPhone, a printer, and a pair of scissors thanks to a new augmented reality app from Belgian IT firm Underside.
More fantastic DIY "Aug(de)mented Reality" from Marty Cooper (aka Hombre_McSteez) who makes magic with an iPhone, magic markers, and transparent sheets of plastic.
Backed by a massive $542 million Google investment, Magic Leap is working on some interesting things, including a unique approach for augmented and virtual reality apps and games, a technology it calls “cinematic reality,” which should offer a more immersive 3D experience than competitors, at least according to the company.
A mysterious augmented reality company that had secured billions in research dollars from Google is making the virtual world a reality. Magic Leap had announced it is working on a augmented reality headset. The company tweeted that it seems to have created the first fully-working demo of the technology. Just another day in the office […]
Augmented reality has long since been one of the most promising visions of the future presented by Silicon Valley. As cell phones have grown more powerful and wearable devices have become more ubiquitous, that vision has come increasingly closer to...
Yesterday, Magic Leap unveiled a reality-bending demo that mixes holographic robots with classically styled ray guns. And if the video's description is believable, this is a working prototype.Click To Continue Reading