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Microsoft Launching HoloLens For Enterprise First

Microsoft will launch its augmented reality headset HoloLens by next year and will be gearing it towards enterprise use in its initial launch. The computerised glasses, which can overlay 2D and 3D images in a user’s field of vision,Show More Summary

First holoLens coming from Microsoft within the next year

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says developer versions of the HoloLens augmented reality headset will come out within the next year. Video provided by Newsy        

Bummer: Looks like Magic Leap, the virtual realitysystem Google invested in, will have to plug into a computer

Remember Magic Leap, the Florida-based augmented reality company that Google led a $500 million round of fundraising for? The one that Google tech boss Sundar Pinchai sits on the board of? If none of that rings a bell, perhaps this incredibly impressive video will: Pretty neat, right? That's the first taste of what Magic Leap can do. Show More Summary

Epic’s graphics guru Tim Sweeney shares his vision for perfect augmented reality

EXCLUSIVE: Disclosure: The organizers of ChinaJoy paid my way to Shanghai. Our coverage remains objective. SHANGHAI — Tim Sweeney, chief executive of Epic Games, is one of the rare seers who understands both technology and games. He’s been pioneering graphics for 25 years, and his company of game designers has brought us titles such as Unreal Tournament and […]

Microsoft CEO: Hololens Will Be Out ‘Within the Next Year’

The first version of the augmented reality headset will be geared toward developers and enterprise customers

Remote AR Augmented Reality Troubleshooting App: Call a Friend 2.0

We’ve seen a couple of ways for augmented reality technology to train or enhance one’s knowledge in real time, even if the teacher isn’t in the same location as the learner. ScopeAR’s Remote AR app is…

Augmented reality app 'Refrakt' features paintings from the Gemäldegalerie

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

This June, young digital artists Carla Santana and Alexander Govoni unveiled their project for the master class in visual communication at the UdK (University of the Arts) Berlin. Participation in the master class was open to only a handful of students who have completed their degree with distinction. Show More Summary

Remote AR

Currently in development, ScopeAR’s Remote AR is an augmented reality app that will let experts solve problems remotely. Sketches or icons can be placed in real time over the user’s point of view to make instructions clearer.

Satya Nadella says HoloLens coming 'within the next year' for developers and enterprise users

Microsoft has revealed a bit more about its plans for the HoloLens augmented reality system. While CEO Satya Nadella has previously stated that the first version of HoloLens will focus on enterprise users, we now have a timeframe in which initial users might see the device. Speaking to the BBC, Nadella noted that they plan to get version one out to developers in the next year.

Microsoft to release the first version of HoloLens within the next year

Back in January, Microsoft revealed the mind-blowing HoloLens – the company’s augmented reality headset. Since then, there’s been a lot of news surrounding the HoloLens. If you’re waiting patiently waiting to try out the HoloLens, you’ll be glad to know that it’s coming soon — within the next year, to be exact. In an interview […]

Epic Games boss: Augmented reality is all you need

Virtual reality has a lot of potential, but "you don't need anything else" besides augmented reality for daily tech use, says Tim Sweeney....

Google Glass Is Back and Taking a Cue from HoloLens

Rumors of the demise of Google Glass have been greatly exaggerated. The augmented reality wearable computer was a flop on arrival, failing to ignite the consumer market. But it’s finding a new home in workplace settings—which is maybe where it should have been in the first place. Show More Summary

8 Amazing Holograms

4 days agoHumor / odd : Oddee

From the virtual pop star who plays live shows for real fans to the world's first augmented reality protest, check out these eight unbelievable holograms.

Microsoft has a trick for making holograms from live video

We've seen Microsoft's HoloLens do an awful lot of different things so far, but Halo, Minecraft and even medical applications are just scratching the surface of what the augmented reality headset is capable of. In a new research paper, Redmond outlines how it plans to grab live video that'd work as fodder for the device's holographic capabilities. Show More Summary

The New Makeup: Virtually Applied

Augmented reality technology is transforming makeup.

Watch Microsoft's goofy, geeked-out research video

Ever wonder how much work goes into new technologies such as virtual reality and its close cousin, augmented reality? As this video from Microsoft's researchers demonstrates, it's a lot. Even if you can't follow the technical language - it's unlikely you will - the thing is fun to watch.

This Trippy Augmented Reality Sandbox Lets You Move Mountains and Make it Rain

Topographical maps are designed to quickly impart elevation data through contour lines, and while they are useful for a variety of pursuits from surveying to hiking, they can be difficult to visualize in the real world. Now, with anShow More Summary

Video: Here’s how Microsoft records Holographic video content for the HoloLens

Back in January, Microsoft revealed the HoloLens – the company’s augmented reality headset that lets users view and interact with Holographic content. The HoloLens is an amazing piece of technology, which can run apps from the Windows Universal App Platform. We’ve already seen some cool demos of the HoloLens in Microsoft’s recent events. Just like […]

ODG leads the way in augmented reality glasses

Osterhout Design Group produces, manufactures, and ships augmented reality glasses from their offices in San Francisco. They are currently targeting industrial and medical application for their product.        

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