The augmented-reality headset contract could be worth up to $21.88 billion over ten years, Microsoft says.
'This is not akin to mind reading', the social network giant assured.
Vuzix said it expects “significant” revenue growth this year.
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The social network envisages an immersive AR world with less dependence on the iPhone.
The Lenovo ThinkReality A3 is a forerunner to a wave of lighter-weight but still session-driven category of viewers that Qualcomm hopes to foster with its XR1 reference design.
Medical students and junior doctors are increasingly learning to practise medicine in VR.
Microsoft's updated set of Azure mixed-reality services will work with virtual reality, and later, holoportation, scenarios across devices.
Lowering the bar for AR development will lead to a breakthrough for enterprise AR adoption.
The BT-40 is seen as a wearable display that can used as a secondary screen to go with USB-C devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops.
Snap sees augmented reality at the intersection of customer experience, ads, data and commerce. The big question is whether we need smart glasses en masse to make it happen.
Mixed reality will be a big focus for Microsoft at its Ignite Part 2 virtual event for IT pros and developers from March 2 to 4.
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The pandemic has accelerated adoption of XR technologies among facilities managers.
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This year's version of the annual event for makers shows that imaginative play can come from 15-foot tall robots or humans using no gadgets at all.
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Tonya Hall talks to futurist Cathy Hackl about VR and AR and how to motivate the workforce to embrace these new technologies.
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Tonya Hall asks Nicky Fox, Heliophysics division director at NASA, why those Parker Solar Probe pictures of Venues are so special.
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Tonya Hall interviews Paul Mikesell, founder and CEO at Carbon Robotics, about how his latest invention can be a great asset for intensive agriculture.
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