AWE (Augmented World Expo), the world's largest AR+VR conference and expo returns to Europe in October for its 2nd annual AWE Europe. Join 1,500 professionals including a mix of CEOs, CTOs, designers, developers, creative agencies, futurists, analysts, investors, and top press as they
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Augmented World Expo (AWE) is the world’s largest conference and vendor exhibition for professionals focused on making the world more interactive—featuring technologies such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, wearable computing, smart glasses, gesture and sensor
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digital manufacturing augmented reality
Readers may be interested in a Whitepaper by Cognizant Reports which offers information on Augmented Reality in the enterprise, and advice on how to navigate its integration.
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AWE Europe
The world’s largest conference and expo dedicated to AR is launching in Europe. AWE Europe 2016 is a two-day event for professionals focused on making the world more interactive—featuring technologies such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, wearable computing, smart glasses,
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Augmented World Expo (AWE) is the world’s largest conference and vendor exhibition for professionals focused on making the world more interactive—featuring technologies such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, wearable computing, smart glasses, gesture and sensor devices, and the
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Augmented Reality supports on-the-job training by providing aircraft maintenance technicians with visual guidance for complex tasks. Integration of AR guidance within electronic maintenance work cards reinforces task execution by displaying
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augmented reality urban architecture visualization
This article in the Wall Street Journal describes the use of a mobile Augmented Reality system to help architects, elected officials and others visualize the possible future scenarios in Jersey City, New Jersey. Residential development is booming in Jersey City.
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When it was introduced in February 2013, Google Glass 1.0 was far ahead of its time. Consumers and developers identified many issues that needed to be addressed and, although some have adopted the hardware, it was deemed unsuitable for widespread use by consumers or enterprise customers.
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