Magic Leap's New Tech Poised to Disrupt AR/VR Industry

With an already impressive $1.4 billion in venture capital funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins, Google, JPMorgan, Fidelity and Alibaba, the computer vision startup Magic Leap is once again teasing their first product that is “up and running and live.” Poised to disrupt the computing industry, Magic Leap’s is going beyond the world’s of AR/VR […]

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ManoMotion hand tracking

The AR/VR world never has a dull moment and thanks to the gesture recognition technology of the Swedish computer vision startup ManoMotion, we may get to see our actual hands interact with 3D objects through our smartphone cameras.

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HoloLens AR Revolutionizing Cabin Service

This world is starting to get really interesting – and we have virtual, augmented, and mixed reality to thank for it. Over the next few years, we’re going to see an entire class of The Best Augmented Reality Glasses hitting the consumer marketplace. The Microsoft HoloLens, although their Development Edition is in the hands of […]

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Microsoft HoloLens Revolutionizing Home Mobility

In the world of home mobility, ThyssenKrupp Elevator has a stranglehold on the global marketplace with sales reaching 7.5 billion euros during the 2015/2016 fiscal year. To differentiate itself, ThyssenKrupp always finds a way to incorporate the most disruptive technology into its growth plan. The latest: a partnership with Microsoft HoloLens – the first self-contained, […]

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Whether it’s the Microsoft HoloLens, Sony SmartEyeglasses, Meta 2 or the Atheer Air Glasses, the world is starting to embrace the idea of augmented reality technology. AR allows users to engage with digital content in the most immersive way imaginable. From field-of-vision (FoV) to 3D gesture-controlled interaction, Augmented Reality is a versatile platform designed to […]

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The tech world is asking, “What’s the next big thing?” With the Augmented Reality (AR) industry estimated to reach $90 billion in 2020, the answer seems pretty crystal clear. No matter what sector you look at (business, education, healthcare, IT, etc.), the innovation compass is pointing directly at Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and […]

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