An article posted by AREA member, XMReality, informs us on how Augmented Reality is creating Business opportunities for manufacturing industries. XMReality has created a Remote Guidance system based on Augmented Reality offering an effective tool for field service engineers. They give an
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A news item on TheState.com discusses how skill set and therefore training requirements have changed at the ReadySC training college in South Carolina. ReadySC strives to make sure that client organizations have the right people with the right knowledge, skills and abilities in place at
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Augmented Reality (AR) is set to be the next step in the evolution of computing, and will arguably be the most intuitive and collaborative computing experience, changing the way we work.
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Much has recently appeared in online articles about the widespread use of Augmented Reality in the Healthcare industry. More examples yet are on offer in an article by BizTimes.com Milwaukee edition.
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AREA member PTC’s Kerry Grimes has been interviewed by Lynn Haber on Channel Partners Online. PTC, host of the recent LiveWorx Technology Conference, held last month in Boston, is all about investing in a channel-led strategy as the company transitions from its CAD, PLM (project life-cy
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An opinion piece written by Steve Jones on the Smart Industry website offers a view in how Augmented Reality promises to increase productivity in manufacturing and service sectors by delivering timely, useful information, enabling people to work without consulting technical manuals.
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An Augmented Reality System that could help clinicians manipulate and interact with patient imaging scans, related anatomical models and data from electronic medical records is being developed at Birmingham City University by researchers.
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Varjo, a company based in Helsinki, Finland, is working on prototypes for Virtual and Augmented Reality with plans to make an early version of a headset. Varjo are hoping to sell headsets to professional users next year. This has been reported by technologyreview.com.
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