TweetWhile I’ve only recently joined the AR conversation, Ori at Games Alfresco, and Rouli at Augmented Times, have been promoting AR for the last year. Rouli announced this week they will be combining forces to help create a central clearinghouse for AR information. And I for one welcome our new AR overlords. Seriously, I think this […]
TweetToday I had a nice phone conferance with Thomas and Jan from Metaio. Jan is the author of the Augmented Reality Blog. Jan had contacted me after reading my writeup about the use of AR in manufacturing based on a Microsoft video. Thomas is one of their designers and has experience with automotive manufacturing. And I’m looking […]
TweetTim Ferriss on his popular Four Hour Work Week blog, had an interested guest post about the practical use of philosophy in business from Ryan Holiday. Ryan focuses on the branch of philosophy called Stoicism. I’m not going to further dissect his excellent analysis and application of the philosophy, but I would like to challenge his assertion that […]
Tweet The Kindle2 is not revolutionary for the reasons you think. It’s sleek, stylish and has more features than you can shake a stick at. It allows for fast book downloads so you can start reading it before you’ve had your margarita refilled with your toes in the warm sand. The library of books has grown, […]
TweetAspirin stocks up. Logitech stocks down. My carpal tunnel can’t wait for mind controlled computers, but I’ll probably only trade my Logitech mouse for a headache. Today scientists at the Honda Research Institute unveiled a robot controlled by thought alone. In the video a large control unit behind the BMI user shows more finite control requires […]
TweetI found this interesting video from Microsoft about how AR could be used in a manufacturing environment, and specifically in the car business. Currently, I am a Manager of Quality and Engineering at a Toyota facility here in the US, so I have my own take on what AR can do for manufacturing. The video […]
TweetIf you’re in Toronto on April 20th, and you own a business. You should stop by and see Thomas Purves. Based on his blog, I’d say he has some interesting things to say about the direction of Augmented Reality and its effect on business in the near, and not-so-near future.
TweetA few weeks ago I made a post about Machines That Know. Then I made a couple of follow up posts about the good and bad aspects of these technologies working in concert. I think it is important for society to think ahead to the problems our innovative technologies are going to create, so we can design solutions […]
TweetToday I’m going to take a look at the flip side of “Machines That Know“. What are the bad unintended consequences of having machines that can recognize objects, people and emotions? The assumptions for the technology will be the same as the “10 Good Things“. First, cameras are ubiquitous in public areas (roads, malls, businesses, schools, […]
TweetThe Clash aren’t calling for AR papers, but ISMAR, the leading event for augmented reality research is. I found this interesting tidbit over at The Augmented Blog, a great site for AR related news. It will definitely be on my frequent read list.