Brick and mortar retail businesses are under immense pressure to innovate now that ecommerce has become a normal part of consumer behavior. Thankfully for retailers, technology can be just as disruptive in a physical store as it can be online. Show More Summary
Patent filings indicate Samsung's Google Glass rival may place an augmented reality keyboard on your fingers.
You may not know the name Lumus now, but expect to be hearing a lot from them in the future. When we first met the Lumus rep Ari Grobman two years ago he showed us some amazing technology. It was basically an augmented reality display embedded into a standard lens that could fit into a standard pair of glasses. Show More Summary
Yikes, that’s just a little creepy, don’t you think? Infinity Augmented Reality (Infinity AR) provides the revolutionary software platform that makes the digital eyewear experience (i.e. Meta, Google Glass) a reality. The Company isShow More Summary
Every time I see a press release for the Oculus movie, I immediately think – they are making a film out of the Augmented Reality headgear company? But no, Relative Media’s horror thriller stars upcoming horror-thriller, OCULUS. Starring Karen Gillan, Brenton Thwaites, Rory Cochrane and Katee Sackhoff, the new film by writer-director Mike Flanagan first premiered […]
Ok, one of the weirder press releases of the week came from Mel B of all people. Seems like she has a weird new augmented reality App. Using an iPad or iPhone, fans can launch the new Mel B app and see Mel and her dance troupe performs right on the viewer’s dining table, inside […]
The future of advertising is looking to include selective experiences and more personalized content.
At a time when public distrust of government data collection is at an all-time high, the New York City Police Department is exploring Google Glass, augmented reality glasses, to see how they can impact counter-terrorism efforts and suspect apprehension. Show More Summary
Meta’s MetaPro Glasses are coming this summer, and they look like they will be a big competitor in the augmented reality space. The Palo Alto startup released a video today showcasing how the glasses work, including a demonstration of how they can be used to design […]
Meta, the augmented reality company, is making its Meta Pro glasses available for pre-order, with the technology shipping out in July. The big bad so-called “Space Glasses” are $3650 and, among other features, make it possible to turn a wearer’s idea into a hologram and subsequently, an actual object/design/plan.
Blippar wants to bring augmented reality to the masses (well, glasses). Brands must be pleased. Blippar CEO Ambarish Mitra has already created an augmented-reality layer that appears on top of everyday products like cereal boxes, magazines, and soda cans. Show More Summary
Blippar has come a long way in a short time, bringing lightning-fast image recognition and augmented reality to mobile advertising. But today, the company steps away from smartphones and puts on the wearables hat. The company has implemented image recognition technology into Google Glass, in what Blippar claims is the first-ever image recognition tech on the platform. Read More
Studies have shown that a large percentage of amputees feel pain in their missing limbs. This condition, known as phantom limb pain (PLP), is caused by the part of brain responsible for a limb's movement becoming idle once that limb is lost. Show More Summary
Meta, the augmented reality technology company, has captured the attention of the gadget world with the launch of the Meta Pro, the $3,000 gadget that aims to bridge the gap between fully immersive virtual reality tools such as the Oculus Rift and (relatively) more subtle wearable devices such as Google Glass. Show More Summary
If you've ever tried to find a bookcase of your own, you'll know that finding the perfect set of shelves for all your stuff can pose quite the challenge. One new startup, CSTM, is looking to change that, putting furniture customization in the hands...
In Silicon Valley, walking around with an augmented reality display on your face makes you a glasshole. But on the battlefield, similar technology will soon turn U.S. soldiers into a lethal cross between the Terminator and Iron Man.
Remember that Xbox One ad full of mechs, soccer players, and Zachary Quinto? If you're a resident of the UK, you may also remember it for its strange, half-second image of a skull, a X-shaped symbol and a seemingly random string of letters. Xbox's UK...
GRAD: Gallery for Russian Arts and Design are collaborating with Blippar, the augmented reality app, for their current exhibition KINO/FILM: Soviet Posters of the Silent Screen. This is the first time that the app has been used within an exhibition space by a UK gallery. Show More Summary
Signups for Google's 3D mapping and augmented reality development platform start today.
There was a time in the mid-90s when the idea of virtual reality took hold of popular culture. Movies like “Demolition Man,” “Virtuosity,” and “Johnny Mnemonic” all featured virtual worlds in different guises. As the computer made its inexorable rise and people worried about its effect on the world, it seemed realistic that the next frontier would involve creating new...