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With an app designed for the Epson Moverio, FieldBit has deployed the first business-oriented AR system
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Google is allegedly finalising a deal to purchase a firm that specialises in bringing facial recognition and AR technology to mobile devices.
A Tokyo publishing company has released textbooks that support Augmented Reality on smartphones. With apps downloadable for free, this textbook displays how AR might be a more practical choice than an iPad for classroom tech.
American academics have developed an augmented reality game to encourage people to upload data from their phones to help with research.Crowd Soft Control (CSC) games use augmented reality (AR) to subtly direct people to certain places in a city to gather information with their smartphones, such as the photographic data needed to extract the 3D properties of a building, Northwestern University announced on Friday.
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Qualcomm has launched a version of its augmented reality software development kit aimed at developers working with Apple's iOS platform.The SDK extends the reach of the augmented reality (AR) kit from Android to iOS for the first time.
Nokia has unwrapped its augmented reality browser, which it hopes will allow people to discover and locate local services in a fun and engaging way
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AR app downloads to hit 1.4 billion by 2015, predicts Juniper Research...
Remember the movie 2001, HAL the computer? If you advance the letters by 1 you got IBM? Do the same with AR...
Big brands are helping to drive interest in mobile AR, says Juniper...
Plenty of the 'new' technology we'll see in 2011 is technology we've seen in 2010 (or even 2009), done better. There are some technologies we're excited about that just aren't ready for primetime.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) has sent an email to players of its latest augmented reality (AR) game "Bluebird", saying that names, email addresses and passwords were available for download via an archive for almost a month.
Parrot, creators of the carbon fibre and plastic constructed AR Drone, has let slip thatthe iPhone-controlled quadricopter is headed to the UK later in the year priced at £299.The drone, which was demoed at CES in Las Vegas in January this year, has four rotors and can be controlled by an iPhone , iPod Touch or iPad by using Wi-Fi technology to link the control device to the drone.
Earlier today I was part of a panel that discussed Gartner's acquisition of the Burton Group. The other participants were:Jonathan Yarmis - Research Fellow Ovum and ex-Gartner/AMRNaomi Higgins - Analyst Relations EMEA, MicrosoftJonny Bentwood - Head of Edelman's AR practice and author of the Technobabble blog/analyst listIt should be no surprise that Jonathan takes a contrarian view, wondering whether this truly represents a furtherance of Gartner's reach into the IT community.
At TechFest, Microsoft's annual research event, the company demoed (here is a video) its "Core Tools for Augmented Reality (AR)," software that superimposes data and graphics onto a display with real time footage, essentially linking the information world and the physical world.At the show, the researchers demonstrated the software with a treasure hunt that let attendees search for a hidden prize (a virtual pot of gold) by following a trail of clues with a webcam.
Just got out of Audiovox's press conference, and a few notable items:Acoustic Research XSight remotesThese AR remotes have the Logitech Harmony in their sights. The two new universal remotes allow users to program them directly (using a built-in code library) or using a PC.
At least one technology analyst and consultant with extensive knowledge of BlackBerry marketing and device strategy over the years believes it's possible that BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion could be working on a future device that resembles the iPhone."Nobody does industrial design as well as Apple does it today," Carmi Levy, senior vice-president of strategic consulting for AR Communications Inc.
After software glitches and other problems in May, e-voting company offers assurances that general election will go better.
A group of open source researchers has a single goal: a security-enhanced Linux that will end OS vulnerabilities for good. The effort was pioneered by the NSA, and the group hopes to convince governments that their OS is airtight-that done, enterprises ar
Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 contains security updates and hundreds of fixes to bugs plaguing the operating system that Microsoft released in February 2000. Service Pack 3 could be important for many businesses, as not all of the included security fixes ar
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