Several fans are eagerly waiting for the arrival of "Pokémon GO," the free-to-play augmented reality mobile game developed by Niantic. But until now, it's still uncertain when the game will exactly hit the platform. There are rumors though that say that it will be coming during the 20th Anniversary celebration of the Pokémon Company.
"Pokemon Z" is still in development and may not release at the same time as the augmented reality "Pokemon GO," according to reports.
I love climbing arguably more than breathing, but when you’re stuck in the same gym with the same routes all day long, it can get just the teensiest bit boring. This augmented reality climbing game seems like the perfect antidote. Read more...
Smart glasses haven't quite taken off as some might have hoped, but that doesn't mean another form of eyewear can't offer users a worthy augmented reality experience. Australian scientists have developed an electrically conductive contact...Show More Summary
Augmented reality technology changes the world of a near future Brooklyn in the and Amazon Studios and Magnolia Pictures film Creative Control. The movie stars Benjamin Dickinson and Reggie Watts, and it was directed by Dickinson. Production of the film was funded through a Kickstarter campaign. The film will be released in theaters on March […]
The future of virtual reality is exciting. Of that, there's no question. But augmented reality — the combination of the physical and digital worlds — is easily just as tantalizing, if not even more exciting. Devices like the upcoming Microsoft HoloLens mark the start of a major shift in the way the world computes. Show More Summary
The best thing I can say about Creative Control is that it would make a terrific double feature with Spike Jonze’s Her. This near-future slice of quasi-science fiction is a very funny and occasionally chilling look at what happens when...Show More Summary
GogglePal, a new universally mounted augmented reality heads-up display, allows users to track their stats while skiing/boarding.
If you could buy a pair of augmented reality glasses that made the world around you appear to get bigger or smaller, change colors, have glowing psychedelic trails, or become transparent... well, that would be an AR product straight out of a sci-fi novel, far beyond anything we've ever seen. Show More Summary
An amateur astronomy friend has a motorized telescope that allows you to tap in the name of the object you want to see – a constellation, a planet, a deep-sky object – and it automatically locates them in the sky. Universe2go offers an equally hi-tech but more casual approach to stargazing suitable for beginners – including […]
For years now, we’ve though of Augmented Reality in the context of our vision — Google Glass started the trend, and the Microsoft HoloLens enforced it. But the folks at Doppler Labs believe the future of augmented reality starts with the ears. It’s Here. The Doppler Labs Here buds, live in-ear audio tuners that let you tune and tweak your own hearing experience, have… Read More
Everybody knows that gaming could be big on augmented reality, but they haven’t really shown what would be fun. But a video made by Brooklyn Boulders and startup Randori shows how augmented reality could be used to make a timed game out of rock wall climbing. The video below gives you a little taste of […]
It's almost enough to make non-sports fans watch sports.
"Magic is what Augmenta is." Amazon Studios & Magnolia Pictures have revealed a trailer for the sci-fi film Creative Control, from director Benjamin Dickinson, who also stars in this indie. The setting is New York, 5 minutes in the future. Show More Summary
It may seem like the hype around new virtual and augmented reality technologies couldn't get any bigger. But a new $800 million investment in Magic Leap shows that promise matters more than reality.
With Microsoft's augmented reality glasses, you'll be able to do everything from summon up stats and manipulate replays to see players in your living room.
Augmented reality could change the way humans interface with everything. And Microsoft knows that, for Americans, football is everything. The Windows company released a promotional video today that reveals its vision for how the HoloLens AR head-mounted display might expand the way people enjoy content like professional football. Show More Summary
Augmented reality transforms living rooms into luxury sporting boxes
Microsoft is busy prepping HoloLens, its augmented reality headset, for developer and commercial clients, but that doesn't stop it from dreaming of a distant future, where regular people wear the headset and enjoy NFL football in a whole...Show More Summary
Amid rumors claiming Apple is investing heavily in virtual and augmented reality solutions, it was revealed on Tuesday that the company has taken a recent interest in Stanford University's Virtual Human Interaction Lab, sending representatives to visit the facility three times in as many months.