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    Augmented reality devices “in your eye” will change how we see the world

    Published on Apr 12, 2016

    Augmented reality technology will revolutionise the way we navigate cities, says of 3D production company Inition in the second part of our interview.

    Augmented reality devices that are tiny enough to "sit in your eye" will soon add layers of digital information over the real world, says Millns.

    Users will be able to see whole cities with information layered on top of them via tiny devices placed in the eye, completely changing their urban experience, he claims.

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    Hyper-Reality

    Published on May 19, 2016

    Hyper-Reality presents a provocative and kaleidoscopic new vision of the future, where physical and virtual realities have merged, and the city is saturated in media.

    by Keiichi Matsuda | http://km.cx
    more at http://hyper-reality.co

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    VisionerTech Mediated Reality Headset at CES Asia 2016!

    Published on May 24, 2016

    BeTerrific at CES Asia 2016! We talk with VisionerTech CTO Arkin Ai about their Mediated Reality Headset which combines Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality!
    visionertech.com

    Co-founder and CEO - Nicholas Jianhong Liang

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    Firefighters: Augmented Reality in a breathing mask

    Published on May 24, 2016

    Augmented reality glasses that allow firefighters to see through smoke
    Firefighters: Jason Racine, Jean-Marc Pittet, Patrick Di Natale

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    Lenovo’s Augmented Reality Tango Phone | First Look

    Published on Jun 10, 2016

    Greg Kumparak goes to Lenovo 2016 Tech World in San Francisco and gets a hands-on demo of Lenovo’s augmented reality Tango phone, the Phab 2 Pro.

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    Augmented Tourism Design at GLOSITH 2017 - Part 1

    Published on Jun 28, 2017

    The 1st Global Congress of Special Interest Tourism & Hospitality

    Name:
    Eric Hawkinson
    Associate Professor of Learning Design and Technology
    The University of Fukuchiyama

    Title:
    Augmenting Tourism: Augmented Reality Design Principles for Tourism Application

    Abstract:
    An experiment to examine the potential and design principles of using augmented reality to enhance tourism environments. The ability to mix digital into the real world employs a technology known as augmented reality (AR). The idea is to take information from you and the world around you to then augment that information in a fun or useful way. AR is making another push into the mainstream thanks in big part to the advancement of mobile technology (Wu et al. 2013, Hwang & Wu, 2014). AR takes in information around the learner, this lends affordance to learning environments related to tourism. AR is great for these uses because it incorporates your physical location with GPS data and physical people and things around you with visual data. This study examines several iterations of design and implementation of AR in tourism settings. The results show high interest especially with younger more technology affluent participants, but there are also still major technical barriers to large scale adoption of more advanced features. This project is both creating new tools and examining their use in tourism simultaneously. This makes an opportunity to explore research frameworks that facilitate both the creation of technology tools for tourism but also to examine the research instrumentation that will help collect important data about how effective new technology tools implemented. In presenting the rationale of how and why the design of AR was created and implemented, attention was given to how those designs were tailored to gathering information about their use.


    Augmented Tourism Design at GLOSITH 2017 - Part 2

    Published on Jun 29, 2017

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    10 best augmented reality retail apps - 2019

    Published on Feb 10, 2019

    All in one place, the list of the best Augmented Reality retail apps for 2019. Be amazed! Or don't. It's up to you. One thing is for certain, Augmented Reality made leaps and bounds in consumer adoption in 2018 and by the end of last year, a slew of AR retail apps were in the hands of consumers. Here's a rundown of 10 of the best retail apps - with a dash of humor mixed in.

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