DAQRI @ AWE 2015

This post was previously published on the DAQRI blog and posted here with permission.

As we head into Augmented World Expo 2015, we have seen this event grow and evolve alongside the industry. Within this last year, we’ve seen more mainstream conversations about Augmented Reality than ever before.  As a result of this increased focus, there is now more than ever, a need to support and encourage innovation in Augmented Reality and computer vision technologies.

This year, we are excited to be showcasing our products and to spotlight our recent acquisition of ARToolKit, the world’s most widely used augmented reality SDK.  By releasing ARToolKit professional SDKs under LGPL v3.0 for free use, DAQRI is committing its resources to the open source community in the hopes that (in the words of our founder, Brian Mullins), “we can kick off the next AR revolution and inspire a whole new generation to pick it up and make things that haven’t been imagined yet.”

On the exhibition floor, Ben Vaughan and Philip Lamb from ARToolworks will be available to discuss ARToolKit and DAQRI’s newly-created open source division that they are heading up. In addition, representatives from DAQRI will be demoing DAQRI 4D Studio and showcasing exciting technologies from Melon, our brain computer interface division.

DAQRI executives will also be presenting throughout the conference:

Monday, June 8:

  • 10:45 am – 11:30 am—DAQRI 4D Studio Tutorial
    Katherine Wiemelt, Sr. Product Director, DAQRI
  • 2:15pm – 3:00 pm—How to Measure Enterprise AR Impacts
    Andy Lowery, President, DAQRI

Tuesday, June 9:

  • 11:30 am – 1:00pm—Smart Glasses Introductions
    Matt Kammerait, VP Product, DAQRI
  • 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm—Entertainment, Games, and Play
    Brian Selzer, VP Business and Product Development, DAQRI
  • 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm—Auggie Awards
    Brian Mullins, Founder and CEO, DAQRI

Wednesday, June 10:

  • 2:45 pm-3:00 pm—From Evolution to Revolution: How AR will Transform Work, in the Future
    Brian Mullins, Founder and CEO, DAQRI
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