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Augmented Reality Year in Review – 2009

TweetThe year 2009 has been an important milestone in the development of augmented reality as an important future technology.  While markers and marketing campaigns captured the early interest of the year, the bigger story was the porting of augmented reality to … Continue reading

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The Telepathy Interface

TweetOur great-grandchildren won’t remember a time they couldn’t use telepathy across the ARNet.  Just like children today can’t fathom a world without text messaging.  Neuroscience researchers at the University of Berkeley can translate recorded patterns of neural activity into which … Continue reading

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Brain-Twitter Breakthrough

TweetOne of the aspects of augmented reality is the human-computer interface that we will need to control our computers.  We use mouse and keyboard for our desk PCs, and touch for our iPhones, but those methods may become outdated as the technology … Continue reading

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