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This is the second in a series of four articles exploring expected developments in Augmented Reality in 2017.
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Sometimes a diagram is worth more than 1000 words but doesn't include all the words you might have included. The new infographic prepared by ImmersisVR is a case in point. It compares the features of 5 hands-free display models across a few attributes: sociability, human factors, field
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In this feature article on EETimes, Junko Yoshida pulls together the many disparate trends that are driving the growth of Augmented Reality. The entry of major technology companies like Intel and Microsoft provide credibility and are helping those who have doubts about AR to see the
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In the days following the Microsoft introduction of HoloLens, a prototype showing holographic personal display capabilities, many news outlets have released their reviews. The purpose of this CNET feature is to clarify the confusion many continue to have between Augmented Reality and
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Caputer Labs has launched its first Kickstarter project to raise $100,000 necessary to complete the development of what it is calling an "AR helmet." The product was being shown on the CES exhibition floor. The Kickstarter page for the project provides details of the proposed product
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As part of its Windows 10 roll out, Microsoft revealed to the public its latest hardware project and software platform: HoloLens. The HoloLens prototype is fully functional as attested by numerous reviews by technology media sources such as PC Magazine, Wired and Mashable
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According to this post on the eWeek portal, a small company started in summer 2014 was acquired by Intel for its unique eyewear technology. The four founders of this Swiss AR eyewear start up Composyt Light Labs worked with another Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL)
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The analyst team at Accenture that shared their views on wearable displays in enterprise have released their recommendations for reducing security risks associated with the product category. In this blog post on the Accenture portal, Brent Blum and Karla Clarke highlight
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