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Google has removed Nazi concentration camps found in Ingress

Ingress, the augmented reality game from Google, has come under fire for having Nazi concentration camps as points of interest. Google apologized for the inclusion of the camps and has removed them. Produced by Google’s Niantic Labs, Ingress adds points of interest submitted by gamers, which are then approved by Ingress staff. Show More Summary

Supermarket Broadcasts Your Food’s Origin on the Big Screen

Systeme U supermarket in Thourotte is using augmented reality to help foster trust with their shoppers

Hide the HUD, say boffins, they're bad for driver safety

Cars are not the place for augmented reality It looks likes such an obvious idea: turn car windscreens into heads-up displays (HUDs), so drivers don't have to look away from the road to see (for example) the speedometer.…

Here's Microsoft's amazing vision for what the HoloLens can do

Hololens is Microsoft's new augmented reality device that appears to make objects appear in front of you within the physical space you're inhabiting. It's quite a concept, and here, you can see it in action. Take a look. Produced By Corey Protin. Video courtesy of Microsoft.   Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

Camatte Vision: Seeing the augmented reality of Toyota Design

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Within the 2015 Tokyo Toy Show, at the end of June, Toyota displayed the fourth episode in its Camatte series of exploratory concept vehicles. This year’s story was called Hajime (begin) and was a miniature copy of the car design process. Show More Summary

HUDs are duds: Augmented reality on windshields is a danger, finds study

Augmented-reality head-up displays (AR-HUDs) that present digital images on windshields to alert drivers to everything from possible collisions to smart phone activity, are meant to make driving safer. But University of Toronto researchers say they are a threat to safety. read more

Today's SpaceX rocket explosion took out two Microsoft HoloLens headsets on board

Microsoft HoloLens won't be used in space after all, at least not immediately. Two of the company's augmented reality headsets were on board the SpaceX CRS-7 unmanned rocket that exploded earlier today, two minutes and 14 seconds after takeoff from NASA's Cap Canaveral base in Florida.

NASA and Microsoft plan to bring the HoloLens into space

NASA and Microsoft are again teaming up on the HoloLens. But this time, the goal is to bring the augmented reality headset into space NASA and Microsoft announced Project Sidekick Thursday, a new experiment that aims to bring Microsoft's...Show More Summary

NASA is sending two Microsoft HoloLens headsets to the International Space Station

The Microsoft HoloLens technology may not be ready for the general public, but the augmented reality headset is ready to go into outer space. NASA will be sending two HoloLens headsets to the International Space Station on Sunday, June 28. The purpose is to help develop Sidekick, a program to help out astronauts on board the ISS.

The Future of Safer Cycling: Augmented Reality Helmets

Future Cities Catapult, the team behind the "3D Soundscape" headset, prototype a cycle helmet that would supply rides with spatial and contextual information

Warren Spector feels VR gaming is a fad, but “bring on” Augmented Reality

Warren Spector has said he’s consistent in the belief that VR is a fad for consumers other than some hardcore gamers. Speaking with GI.biz at E3 2015 last week, the Deus Ex-director said VR has”amazing possibilities” especially for social media, corporate meetings, job training and possibly for medical treatment. Not so much for video games, […]

Future Furniture: A New App Lets You Design A Bespoke Bookshelf On Your Phone And See How It Looks in Your Living Room Right Now

All images courtesy Tylko Blending together a cocktail of current tech trends, from apps and augmented reality to CNC milling and distributed production, Polish startup Tylko wants to turn the process of ordering a bespoke bookshelf into a marvel...

Augmented reality: The new face of manufacturing (OZY)

R2-D2 isn't taking over factories; augmented reality and data science are.        

Microsoft HoloLens Hands-On: Augmented Reality Done Right

Last week, we were given our first personal glimpse of Microsoft’s augmented-reality device for Xbox One; the HoloLens. This wireless transparent visor creates the illusion of tangible objects in the real world by adding graphical elements...Show More Summary

Microsoft: HoloLens’ field of view “isn’t exactly final”

At E3 2015, Microsoft demoed Minecraft running on the HoloLens. The company also allowed attendees (read: tech journalists) try out the augmented reality headset. So far, a lot of journalists have reported that the field of view on the HoloLens is pretty limited and that’s probably a bad thing as Microsoft is showing full peripheral […]

Disney mulls virtual reality for its video games

The media powerhouse sees an opportunity in bringing its Infinity franchise into the world of virtual and augmented reality.

Minecraft For HoloLens – Experience Augmented Reality

We’ve got fresh news from the E3 expo regarding the HoloLens AR headset created by Microsoft. The demo that was showcased at the E3 expo was off the charts. It fascinated everybody present at the event. It reveled how different things would be for video games. Show More Summary

VR face is the most awkward part about the video game revolution

You don't have to walk around this year's booths at E3 for long before you realize that virtual and augmented reality gaming is the next big thing. There are dozens of demos that people can try out ranging from boxing matches to shooting...Show More Summary

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