TOKYO (AP) — Japanese video game maker Nintendo Co. sagged into a loss of 24.53 billion yen ($232 million) for the fiscal first quarter through June, despite the global success of the "Pokemon Go" augmented reality game. The PokemonShow More Summary
By Julia Love SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - As iPhone sales declined for the second straight quarter, Apple CEO Tim Cook peeled back the curtain ever so slightly on its work in artificial intelligence and augmented reality, aiming to reassure investors that the company is ready to ride the next wave of technology. Show More Summary
I had great hopes for Skully when I first heard about it in 2013. The company had been working on an augmented reality motorcycle helmet that put GPS, rear mirror view and speed readouts into a transparent display on the visor. Sadly, the product isn’t likely to hit the streets. Show More Summary
Augmented reality Pokémon is a global blockbuster, but full of glitches; far better to settle down with a satisfying FPS or some Zelda-based hack and slash Android, iOS, the Pokémon Company, cert: 3 ?? Continue reading...
Big news of the day: Apple is investing in augmented reality so it can make more games like the extremely popular Pokémon Go. Wow. Wouldn’t have guessed that would happen in a million years. Read more...
During Apple's quarterly conference call for the third fiscal quarter of 2016, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed investments into augmented reality solutions, saying the nascent platform holds "huge" potential.
Apple CEO Tim Cook today told investors that Apple is continuing to invest in augmented reality, and that the company is "high on AR in the long run." Cook's comments came after he was questioned about Pokémon Go, the hit augmented reality...Show More Summary
The AR smash only hints at the possibilities of parks taking a more aggressive lead with technology With mobs of phone-wielding fans spending more and more time in (augmented) reality, exploring their surroundings and venturing to new...Show More Summary
From IFC Midnight comes the image gallery for Martin Owen’s Let’s Be Evil. In Let’s Be Evil, “Three chaperones are hired to supervise an advanced learning program for gifted children, who wear Augmented Reality Glasses to assist in their education. Contained within a secure, underground facility, events quickly spiral out of control.” Let’s Be Evil was written by […]
Augmented reality could be used by military as well as in hospitals.
I am going to assume that the majority of my readers live on planet earth, therefore you are familiar with Pokemon Go. Very quick recap for my Martian friends - Pokemon Go is an augmented reality game you play on your phone. You search...Show More Summary
While the smartphone sensation Pokemon Go has captivated players the world over, Poland is launching the first tournament of the augmented reality game. Pokemon Go simulates the adventures of characters in Nintendo’s Pokemon series. The aim is to capture as many of these fictional creatures as possible. Show More Summary
Every fad must eventually slow down. Pokémon Go, the augmented reality phenomenon, might not be over, but it's no longer the top free app on Apple's App Store in the United States. It ruled Apple's free charts in the United States for...Show More Summary
So what’s your level on Pokémon Go? It's safe to say that, by now, everyone has played if not heard of Pokémon Go, the augmented reality game from Niantic Labs (in which Nintendo and Google are investors). The game has users finding and catching Pokémon using real-world locations. Launched on [...]
Pokémon GO is more than the latest gaming craze — it's an economic boon. Not only did the free-to-play augmented reality game briefly doubled Nintendo's stock value by shattering the record for the most first-week downloads in mobile app history, it's also inspiring a new economy of...
The days of insane growth may be over for Pokémon Go (and frankly, it's hard to imagine any app sustaining growth at that rate), but the mobile augmented reality game is still the fastest-growing ever, by a large margin. App store optimization...Show More Summary
The ridiculously successful Pokemon Go may let players bag a Bulbasaur, but what if you want to nab a Napoleon? Moscow City Hall is taking cues from Nintendo's augmented reality mobile hit for its own geolocation app, which lets players...Show More Summary
The city of Moscow launched a limited version of "Know. Moscow. Photo," an augmented reality app for iOS and Android with a striking similarity to Pokémon Go, on Monday. "Know. Moscow. Photo" operates in a similar fashion to Pokémon Go, allowing users to capture virtual characters in real-life locations with their smartphone cameras. Show More Summary